A cruise liner that ran aground in northern Norway a few months ago has done it again, in sight of the pier where it was to be moored.
The Norwegian rescue services say passengers had been allowed to leave the Bahamas-registered Marco Polo cruise ship, which was carrying more than a thousand people when it ran aground in the Lofoten archipelago early on Saturday.
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