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Ship traffic to resume in Turkey's Bosphorus Strait after brief suspension

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Ship traffic in Turkey's Bosphorus Strait is set to resume for southbound vessels as of 0700 GMT on Friday, after a suspension due to an engine failure on one vessel, the Tribeca shipping agency said.

Traffic has resumed normally © Mena Today 

Ship traffic in Turkey's Bosphorus Strait is set to resume for southbound vessels as of 0700 GMT on Friday, after a suspension due to an engine failure on one vessel, the Tribeca shipping agency said.

The Liberia-flagged cargo ship Cornelia had resumed sailing after a brief engine failure, according to a report shared by the agency.

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