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    8 Bodies Found at Cruise Ship Site

    Italian harbor workers stand near a lighthouse at the entrance of the port of the Tuscan island of Giglio, Italy, as in the background lays on its side the  grounded cruise ship Costa Concordia, Thursday, Feb. 2, 2012. Bad weather conditions forced the temporary suspension of the recovery operation of the capsized cruise ship Costa Concordia. The ship contains about 500,000 gallons (2,400 tons) of heavy fuel and other pollutants, and fears are growing that those pollutants could spill out, damaging a pristine environment that is home to dolphins, whales and other marine life. (AP Photo/Pier Paolo Cito)

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    Over a month after the Jan. 13 crash of the Costa Concordia cruise ship, eight more bodies were found by divers, bringing the death toll to 25. Seven people remain missing in the horrific crash that has brought about criminal manslaughter charges for the ship’s captain, Francesco Schettino. The bodies were found on the ship’s third and fourth decks, which had been submerged under watered and reportedly where the most desperate parts of the ship during the evacuation process, many passengers saying that those decks struggled to access life boats. The search continues following a delicate defueling process which many have criticized for having slowed the search for the missing.

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