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Costa Concordia rescue operation suspended as ship moves

NBC News is reporting all rescue divers have been evacuated from the Costa Concordia. NBC's Laura Saravia in Porto Santo Stefano, Italy said the ship is rocking slightly due to choppy seas. "The movement is affecting divers working on rescue efforts inside, and they have been evacuated as a precaution. Rescue operations are suspended at this moment," Saravia said. Read the full story.

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A rescue worker climbs onto the Costa Condordia on Jan. 16, 2012. Rescue workers searched the half submerged hulk of the capsized Italian cruise ship for 14 people still missing on Monday, more than 48 hours after the huge vessel capsized, killing at least six and injuring more than 60.

Gregorio Borgia / AP

A woman looks at the Costa Concordia cruise liner two days after it ran aground off the tiny Tuscan island of Giglio, Italy, on Jan. 16, 2012.

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The Costa Concordia ran aground Jan. 13 off the coast of Italy, resulting in the evacuation of thousands of passengers as the ship began heavily listing.

TODAY's Natalie Morales talks with the Ananias family, who were among the last to leave the grounded Costa Concordia, as they describe the chaos of the accident. NBC's Michelle Kosinski reports.