epa03059552 The Costa Concordia cruise ship is pictured listing just off the island of Giglio, northern Italy, early 14 January 2012, after she ran ground in the early hours of the morning. At least 50 people were believed to be missing after the cruise ship ran aground off Italy's western coast and began to sink, media reported 14 January. The Costa Concordia liner had set off on 13 January from the port of Civitavecchia, near Rome, for the start of a Mediterranean cruise, when its crew signalled an electrical fault to port authorities. EPA/MAURIZIO DEGL'INNOCENTI
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