Satellite image showing the Costa Concordia on the coast of Giglio
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Costa Concordia: Search suspended as ship shifts

Teams searching the Costa Concordia have suspended their task after the wreck of the cruise liner shifted, raising fears it could slip into deeper water.

Hopes of finding any more survivors are fading, with more than 20 people still missing.

Salvage workers including a specialist team who will remove fuel from the ship's tanks will begin working on the wreck once rescue efforts are declared over.

Alan Johnston reports from Giglio.

  • 18 Jan 2012
  • From the section Europe
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