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Costa Concordia: 3 years after tragedy

January 14, 2015, 13:08 UTC+3
Three years ago the Costa Concordia cruise liner struck a reef and capsized near the Italian island of Giglio, killing 32 people
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The Costa Concordia cruise liner struck a reef and capsized on January 14, 2012
The Costa Concordia cruise liner struck a reef and capsized on January 14, 2012
The Costa Concordia cruise liner struck a reef and capsized on January 14, 2012
© EPA/ENZO RUSSO
4,200 passengers and crew were onboard
4,200 passengers and crew were onboard
4,200 passengers and crew were onboard
© EPA/ENZO RUSSO
The ship was on cruise around the Mediterranean Sea, starting from Civitavecchia in Lazio, when deviated from planned route at the Isola del Giglio, coming closer to that island
The ship was on cruise around the Mediterranean Sea, starting from Civitavecchia in Lazio, when deviated from planned route at the Isola del Giglio, coming closer to that island
The ship was on cruise around the Mediterranean Sea, starting from Civitavecchia in Lazio, when deviated from planned route at the Isola del Giglio, coming closer to that island
© EPA/GIGLIONEWS
Photo: A close up of the Costa Concordia cruise ship in northern Italy, 14 January 2012, after she ran ground
Photo: A close up of the Costa Concordia cruise ship in northern Italy, 14 January 2012, after she ran ground
Photo: A close up of the Costa Concordia cruise ship in northern Italy, 14 January 2012, after she ran ground
© EPA/GIGLIONEWS
During a six-hour evacuation, most passengers were brought ashore. Photo: Costa Concordia cruise ship
During a six-hour evacuation, most passengers were brought ashore. Photo: Costa Concordia cruise ship
During a six-hour evacuation, most passengers were brought ashore. Photo: Costa Concordia cruise ship
© EPA/MASSIMO PERCOSSI
Thirty-two people died in the accident
Thirty-two people died in the accident
Thirty-two people died in the accident
© AP Photo/Vigili del Fuoco
Costa Crociere paid 11 thousand euro to all passengers of the crashed cruise liner
Costa Crociere paid 11 thousand euro to all passengers of the crashed cruise liner
Costa Crociere paid 11 thousand euro to all passengers of the crashed cruise liner
© EPA/MASSIMO PERCOSSI
In the chaotic evacuation passengers and crew abandoned almost everything on board including thousands of art objects and even 300-year-old woodcut prints by a Japanese master
In the chaotic evacuation passengers and crew abandoned almost everything on board including thousands of art objects and even 300-year-old woodcut prints by a Japanese master
In the chaotic evacuation passengers and crew abandoned almost everything on board including thousands of art objects and even 300-year-old woodcut prints by a Japanese master
© AP Photo/Italian Navy
Costa Concordia’s captain Francesco Schettino is accused of manslaughter in connection with causing a shipwreck, failing to assist 300 passengers, and abandoning ship
Costa Concordia’s captain Francesco Schettino is accused of manslaughter in connection with causing a shipwreck, failing to assist 300 passengers, and abandoning ship
Costa Concordia’s captain Francesco Schettino is accused of manslaughter in connection with causing a shipwreck, failing to assist 300 passengers, and abandoning ship
© AP Photo/Andrew Medichini
In september 2013 the ship was returned to the upright position
In september 2013 the ship was returned to the upright position
In september 2013 the ship was returned to the upright position
© EPA/ALESSANDRO DI MEO
The ship is being dismantled in Genoa, where it was taken after two-year salvage operation
The ship is being dismantled in Genoa, where it was taken after two-year salvage operation
The ship is being dismantled in Genoa, where it was taken after two-year salvage operation
© AP Photo/Andrew Medichini
Photo: Costa Concordia is seen after it was lifted upright, on the Tuscan Island of Giglio, Italy
Photo: Costa Concordia is seen after it was lifted upright, on the Tuscan Island of Giglio, Italy
Photo: Costa Concordia is seen after it was lifted upright, on the Tuscan Island of Giglio, Italy
© AP Photo/Andrew Medichini
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The Costa Concordia cruise liner struck a reef and capsized on January 14, 2012
© EPA/ENZO RUSSO
4,200 passengers and crew were onboard
© EPA/ENZO RUSSO
The ship was on cruise around the Mediterranean Sea, starting from Civitavecchia in Lazio, when deviated from planned route at the Isola del Giglio, coming closer to that island
© EPA/GIGLIONEWS
Photo: A close up of the Costa Concordia cruise ship in northern Italy, 14 January 2012, after she ran ground
© EPA/GIGLIONEWS
During a six-hour evacuation, most passengers were brought ashore. Photo: Costa Concordia cruise ship
© EPA/MASSIMO PERCOSSI
Thirty-two people died in the accident
© AP Photo/Vigili del Fuoco
Costa Crociere paid 11 thousand euro to all passengers of the crashed cruise liner
© EPA/MASSIMO PERCOSSI
In the chaotic evacuation passengers and crew abandoned almost everything on board including thousands of art objects and even 300-year-old woodcut prints by a Japanese master
© AP Photo/Italian Navy
Costa Concordia’s captain Francesco Schettino is accused of manslaughter in connection with causing a shipwreck, failing to assist 300 passengers, and abandoning ship
© AP Photo/Andrew Medichini
In september 2013 the ship was returned to the upright position
© EPA/ALESSANDRO DI MEO
The ship is being dismantled in Genoa, where it was taken after two-year salvage operation
© AP Photo/Andrew Medichini
Photo: Costa Concordia is seen after it was lifted upright, on the Tuscan Island of Giglio, Italy
© AP Photo/Andrew Medichini

The Costa Concordia cruise liner struck a reef and capsized near the Italian island of Giglio, killing 32 people on January 14, 2012. 4,200 passengers and crew were onboard. In september 2013 the ship was returned to the upright position. After a two-year salvage operation the wrecked Italian cruise ship was refloated and moved to the Italian port of Genoa. TASS recalls the Costa Concordia tragedy in this photo gallery.

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