Unidentified human remains have been found near the wreck of the Costa Concordia after it was raised upright last week after sinking off the shore of Italy last January, leaving 30 dead and two unaccounted for. "During a search in the water near the central part of the ship, coast guard and police divers found remains which still have to be identified with DNA," Italian officials said in a statement on Thursday. The head of Italy's civil protection agency also told reporters that the remains were "absolutely consistent" with the two people still missing in the wreck, Indian waiter Russel Rebello and Italian passenger Maria Grazia Trecarichi. The ship's captain, Francesco Schettino, is on trial for manslaughter, causing the shipwreck, and abandoning ship.
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