At least two more bodies have been found aboard the ill-fated cruise ship Costa Concordia, the Italian news agency ANSA reported Sunday, bringing the number of dead in the ship's grounding to at least five.
The 4,200-passenger Costa Concordia, owned by Genoa-based Costa Cruises, ran aground Friday night on a sand bank off the island of Giglio.
The captain has been arrested and faces multiple charges of manslaughter, Italian police say.
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