Costa Concordia: How was ship steered to disaster?


Two passengers have been found alive on the submerged cruise ship Costa Concordia, more than 24 hours after it ran aground off the Italian coast.

The South Korean couple, who were on their honeymoon, were found in a cabin, but 40 more of the 4,000 on board are still believed to be missing.

Three people are so far confirmed dead. The BBC's Matthew Price reports.

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