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The Costa Concordia was uprighted in a 19-hour effort by engineers from across the globe on Sept. 17. The colossal effort was a success, and the shipwrecked cruiseliner is now floating upright in the waters off the shores of Giglio, an island off the coast of Tuscany, where it first crashed in early 2012.

Captain Francesco Schettino’s trail resumed on Monday, Sept. 23 in Grosseto, Italy. Schettino is charged with manslaughter, causing a maritime disaster, and abandoning ship with passengers still on board. Thirty-two of the 4,200 passengers onboard the ship were killed in the capsizing.

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