Sunday will mark one year since the Costa Concordia tragedy in which 32 people lost their lives. The giant cruise ship still lies keeled over on an Italian island. A salvage operation to refloat the ship is several months away from completion, and a trial for manslaughter against crew members and cruise executives is not expected until later this year.
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