Survivors mark a year since the Costa Concordia disaster

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Survivors of the Costa Concordia disaster and relatives of the 32 people killed have been marking a year since the luxury cruise liner hit rocks and capsized off the Italian island of Giglio.

They watched as a memorial plaque, on part of the rock removed from the hull, was lowered back into the sea. A minute's silence was held.

Alan Johnston reports from Rome.

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