Costa Concordia Rescue Halted Again

    GIGLIO PORTO, ITALY - JANUARY 19:  The search operation for survivors continues on the cruise ship Costa Costa Concordia, as it lies stricken off the shore of the island of Giglio on January 19, 2012 in Giglio Porto, Italy.  At least 11 people were killed after the vessel ran aground last Friday. More than 20 people are still missing. (Photo by Laura Lezza/Getty Images)

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    There are still 21 people missing from the sunken cruise ship Costa Concordia in Italy, but hopes of finding them alive are fading fast after rescue operations were suspended Friday for the third time. Rescuers fear that the ship could slip into deeper water amid choppy waters and worsening weather conditions. At least 11 people have been confirmed dead after the ocean liner ran aground off Italy's coast a week ago with about 4,200 people on board.

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