Italian cruise ship captain Francesco Schettino admits having made navigational errors that led to the capsizing of the "Costa Concordia" in Italian waters on January 13, killing at least 11 people.
"Costa Concordia" disaster: The body of a woman is discovered by search teams aboard the stricken cruise ship "Costa Concordia", bringing the confirmed death toll of the ship's capsizing to 12. Rescue efforts continue apace, as it is feared the ship may soon slip into deeper waters off the Italian coast.
Three trapped survivors are rescued from the capsized cruise ship "Costa Concordia", over 24 hours after it ran aground off the coast of Italy. Two corpses are also found, bringing the known death toll of the incident to five.