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PHOTO GALLERY: Bulk carrier MV GLORY towed by Suez Canal Authority’s tugboats




Bulk carrier MV GLORY is being towed to km 51 (Canal marking) by Suez Canal Authority’s (SCA) tugboats after it has encountered sudden technical failure while passing through the canal at the km 38 (Canal marking). The SCA chairman Osama Rabie asserted that navigation through the Canal is uninterrupted. (Photos courtesy of the Suez Canal Authority)

Bulk carrier MV GLORY is being towed to km 51 (Canal marking) by Suez Canal Authority’s (SCA) tugboats after it has encountered sudden technical failure while passing through the canal at the km 38 (Canal marking). The SCA chairman Osama Rabie asserted that navigation through the Canal is uninterrupted. (Photos courtesy of the Suez Canal Authority)

Bulk carrier MV GLORY is being towed to km 51 (Canal marking) by Suez Canal Authority’s (SCA) tugboats after it has encountered sudden technical failure while passing through the canal at the km 38 (Canal marking). The SCA chairman Osama Rabie asserted that navigation through the Canal is uninterrupted. (Photos courtesy of the Suez Canal Authority)

Bulk carrier MV GLORY is being towed to km 51 (Canal marking) by Suez Canal Authority’s (SCA) tugboats after it has encountered sudden technical failure while passing through the canal at the km 38 (Canal marking). The SCA chairman Osama Rabie asserted that navigation through the Canal is uninterrupted. (Photos courtesy of the Suez Canal Authority)

Bulk carrier MV GLORY is being towed to km 51 (Canal marking) by Suez Canal Authority’s (SCA) tugboats after it has encountered sudden technical failure while passing through the canal at the km 38 (Canal marking). The SCA chairman Osama Rabie asserted that navigation through the Canal is uninterrupted. (Photos courtesy of the Suez Canal Authority)

Bulk carrier MV GLORY is being towed to km 51 (Canal marking) by Suez Canal Authority’s (SCA) tugboats after it has encountered sudden technical failure while passing through the canal at the km 38 (Canal marking). The SCA chairman Osama Rabie asserted that navigation through the Canal is uninterrupted. (Photos courtesy of the Suez Canal Authority)