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Survivors still suffering after Concordia disaster

Passengers who survived the capsizing of the Costa Concordia cruise ship off Tuscany are still suffering nightmares, flashbacks and anxiety one year later. As if that weren't enough, they've been dealt a shock that many say adds insult to injury: a letter that tells them to stay away from Sunday's aFull story

Wreath dropped for Concordia missing

  The search for people still missing from the cruise ship Costa Concordia is set to resume.  Exactly a week since the liner ran aground off the coast of Tuscany, new video emerged of the moments before it capsized. On it, crew members can be heard telling passengers to return to their cabins. ITN’s P

Ship owners: Shipwreck due to human error

  The owners of a cruise ship that ran aground near the coast of Tuscany have placed the blame squarely on its captain, saying the deadly shipwreck was a result of “human error.” Survivor Blake Miller joins NewsNation to discuss.

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A bunch of grapes is seen during the harvest in Fabbri's vineyard in the Chiantishire in Tuscany
A bunch of grapes is seen during the harvest in Fabbri's vineyard in the Chiantishire in Tuscany

A bunch of grapes is seen during the harvest in Fabbri's vineyard in the Chiantishire in Tuscany, south of Florence, October 4, 2011. REUTERS/Giampiero Sposito

A local man pulls his small boat as the stricken cruise liner Costa Concordia lies aground in front of the Isola del Giglio on January 27, 2012 after hitting underwater rocks on January 13. Official sources said the same day that here are still 18 people officially missing after the Costa Concordi