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Giacomo Aprili, Associated Press
In this photo taken on Saturday, Jan. 14, 2012, and made available, Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2012, Francesco Schettino, the captain of the luxury cruiser Costa Concordia, which ran aground off Italy's Tuscan tiny island of Isola del Giglio, is arrested in Porto Santo Stefano, Italy. Schettino, released on Tuesday, and currently under house arrest in his hometown of Meta di Sorrento, southern Italy, is investigated for manslaughter charges and abandoning the ship.

ROME — Italian authorities have identified two more of the bodies pulled from the sunken cruise ship in recent days.

Crisis officials in Grosetto identified the two on Thursday as Jeanne Gannard and Pierre Gregoire, both of France.

Divers resumed the search Thursday for 21 people still missing after a cruise ship crashed into the Tuscan coast. Rough seas forecast for later in the day added uncertainty to that operation and to plans to begin pumping fuel out of the grounded vessel.

The $450 million Costa Concordia was carrying more than 4,200 passengers and crew when it slammed into a reef and crashed over on its side Friday after the captain made an unauthorized maneuver.

Eleven people have been confirmed dead but only three have been officially identified.