Traffic in the Suez Canal comes to a halt 

The World

A container ship longer than four football fields got stuck sideways in one of the narrowest parts of Egypt's Suez Canal, blocking the waterway and causing a major traffic jam. The Suez Canal carries about 10% of the world's shipping traffic. The World's Carol Hills speaks with Professor Stephen Flynn, a leading expert on supply chain resilience at Northeastern University, about what this means for the worldwide shipping industry. 

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