Costa Concordia Luxury Liner to Stay Put

The wrecked cruise ship may remain where it is for the rest of the year.
1:01 | 01/29/12

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Getting -- -- that you get from underwater -- -- two weeks after that cruise ship ran aground off the Tuscan coast as diving teams face yet another huge hurdle. Here's ABC's difficult. The images show a modern day Titanic -- caught in the net on the sea bottom after it is closed even though black shoes. Haunting new pictures captured by divers searching the sunken cruise ship caustic and Chordiant which capsized more than two weeks ago off the coast of Italy. With seventeen dead and sixteen still missing including a couple from Minnesota today recovery operations were suspended because of bad weather. Whom he'd keep the situation is different in different parts he says this Italian police diver. Some points are not accessible especially when the -- on the wrong. The immediate focus is on the environment. Half a million gallons of diesel fuel from the ship's tanks before it leaks out. And today sobering news about the salvage operation it may take ten months to remove the stricken ship from the items that do. Jeffrey Kaufmann ABC news London.

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