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Taking control of Italy's cruise ship wreck

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Italy's Costa Concordia cruise ship is now floating on its own, thanks to an unprecedented operation. Belgian salvage expert David Fieuw is one of the few to have access to the control room located at the top of striken vessel. Duration: 01:16 Video provided by AFP

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