Costa Concordia removal plan approved

Agenzia Giornalistica Italia
(AGI) Rome – The plan for the removal of the Costa Concordia cruise liner was approved today. The ship ran aground off the coast of Giglio Island on 13 January. The conference for the presentation of the plan was held today in Rome at the Civil Defence Department chaired by the Commissioner for emergencies, Franco Gabrielli.  

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Recovery of capsized cruise ship to go on day and night

Agenzia Giornalistica Italia
(AGI) Rome – Minister Clini said operations to recover the wreckage of cruise ship Costa Concordia will go on day and night. “We are ready to keep working day and night to make sure that this complex dossier can be closed, with our favourable view, in 20 days”, according to Corrado Clini.

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Costa captain planning reveal-all book

Sky News Australia
Costa captain planning reveal-all book Updated: 23:08, Wednesday March 21, 2012 Costa ConcordiaCosta Concordia Captain Francesco Schettino is planning a book in which he will tell his version of the events that lead to the wreck of his cruise ship. Schettino, who is under house arrest near Naples, has clinched a deal for the book with a US publisher.

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