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The MV Aman was tilting 10 degrees, its foot-long hull taking on more than 6 feet of water. Three miles from the nearest ship, Mr. Aisha knew that if the 3,ton boat went under, it would suck him, the only person on board, into the Red Sea. For months, the year-old Syrian had been the last sailor still living on a cargo ship, abandoned two years earlier near the mouth of the Suez Canal and being detained by the Egyptian government. Hours crawled by before a military patrol arrived to whisk him to land. You may change your billing preferences at any time in the Customer Center or call Customer Service.
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Every product is independently selected by obsessive editors. Things you buy through our links may earn us a commission. Ongoing attempts to dislodge the massive, Empire State Building—length container vessel — which blocked off the Suez Canal in Egypt when it ran aground diagonally last Tuesday — at last proved successful on Monday. Below, the latest updates on an overdue triumph and its aftermath. With the Suez Canal open again, the ships are starting their runs through — and going a little faster than normal, reports the Wall Street Journa l :.
Subscriber Account active since. A massive container ship, the Ever Given, has been stuck blocking the Suez Canal for more than 72 hours, despite repeated efforts to free it. The ship's owner, Japanese company Shoei Kisen, said Friday that it was sorry for the disruption, and said it hoped to free the vessel on Saturday, according to Nikkei Asia. The bow and stern of the vessel have been lodged at opposing banks of the canal since early Tuesday, completely blocking the main channel of one of the world's most important shipping routes.