First Look Inside

 January this year, killing 32 people. Never before seen footage from inside the wrecked Costa Concordiahas emerged ahead of the shipwreck’s first anniversary, drawing comparisons with the ghostly pictures of the Titanic. The cruise liner, which was marooned off the coast of Tuscany in January killing 32 people./

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Cruise News Shorts: Costa Concordia Trial Looms Close

Judgment Day Coming Soon 
Italian prosecutors have finished investigating the Costa Concordia tragedy and are preparing to bring charges against the captain and seven other people. The captain will be accused of manslaughter, causing a shipwreck and abandoning ship. The head investigator said he expects to file a request for an indictment at the end of January

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Italy prosecutors wind up Costa Concordia ship investigation

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GROSSETO, Italy (Reuters) – Prosecutors have concluded their investigation into the shipwreck of the Costa Concordia cruise liner in which 32 people died and are preparing to seek a trial for its captain and seven other people. Captain Francesco Schettino is accused of manslaughter, causing a shipwreck and abandoning the ship, which was carrying some 4,000 passengers and crew when it hit rocks and capsized after he brought it too close to the island of Giglio.

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Costa Concordia: Salvaging a shipwreck

Eleven months after wrecking at sea, the Italian luxury liner awaits one of the most expensive and daunting salvage operations eve. Ever since the wreck of the Costa Concordia 11 months ago, the huge Italian luxury liner has been sitting, semi-submerged, off the coast of Tuscany, looking like a big, beached whale. It’s the largest passenger ship ever capsized, easily surpassing the Titanic. And removing the ship has turned out to be the most complicated, the most expensive, the most daunting and the riskiest salvage operation ever.

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Costa Concordia

When the 951-ft.-long luxury liner hit a rock 11 months ago off the Italian coast, it was the biggest passenger ship ever to capsize. Now, the salvage operation to float and tow away the huge vessel is the biggest maritime salvage operation ever undertaken.

“60 Minutes” goes inside Costa Concordia salvage effort

CBS News video: “60 Minutes” goes inside Costa Concordia salvage effort – The Costa Concordia luxury liner made history when it became the biggest passenger ship ever to capsize. Now, there is a massive operation planned to get that ship salvaged. “60 Minutes” correspondent Lesley…