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Costa Concordia's final voyage

Salvage workers and engineers are working flat out to remove the wreck of the Costa Concordia, currently beached on its side off Italy's Giglio island. Efforts to move the cruise ship, which has a gross tonnage of 114,500 GT -- far bigger than the Titanic - are due to be completed by June 2013 at the earliest. The vessel went aground on the night of January 13, 2012 killing 32 of the 4,229 people on board.VIDEOGRAPHIC

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