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France closes manslaughter investigation into Germanwings plane crash
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Germanwings air tragedy remembered one year on
One year after Germanwings pilot Andreas Lubitz deliberately flew an Airbus into a mountainside in the Alps relatives of the passengers who died gathered.
Germanwings tragedy: "Life has resumed, but traces of the catastrophe endure"
“In those first weeks, residents were stopped by the police when returning home and their vehicles searched… some told me that they had the
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What has changed after Germanwings tragedy?
This week on Utalk, Anita in London asked: “One year after a Germanwings co-pilot deliberately crashed his plane, what measures have been taken to
Germanwings crash: BEA calls for less medical secrecy for pilots
French investigators into the crash of a Germanwings plane in the Alps last year say a private doctor had recommended that the pilot should be
Unidentified remains of Germanwings crash victims buried in French Alps
The ceremony comes amid controversy over how Lufthansa, the parent company of Germanwings, has dealt with the crash
Germanwings crash families demand apology and payout from Lufthansa
In a letter published the the Bild newspaper victims' families say the firm has ignored them and offered a payout that deeply insulted them and above all their children.
Germanwings crash victims' families reject compensation offer
Several relatives of those killed in the Germanwings crash have rejected an offer from the airline of 25,000 euros compensation for their suffering
Germanwings crash: France mulls manslaughter charges
The chief prosecutor investigating the Germanwings plane crash says he is considering whether manslaughter charges can be brought. Brice Robin claims
Germanwings high school students' remains arrive home in Haltern
It was the end of a long wait for the families of high school students killed in the Germanwings plane crash in the French Alps. Nearly three months
Lufthansa plane delivers tragic cargo to grieving families in Düsseldorf
A Lufthansa cargo plane landed at Düsseldorf airport on Tuesday night carrying the remains of 44 victims of the Germanwings plane crash. Their
Germanwings crash: remains of all victims identified
All of the human remains found at the Germanwings crash site in the French Alps have now been identified, according to the prosecutor in the case. It
Germanwings pilot's 'preparations' for fatal crash went unnoticed
. Questions are being asked as to how co-pilot Andreas Lubitz could have been prevented from crashing a Germanwings Airbus into the Alps in March.
Germanwings co-pilot 'practised fatal descent' on earlier flight'
The findings come from French investigators who said Lubitz reduced altitude on a flight from Dusseldorf to Barcelona several times.
Spain held state funerals in honour of Germanwings crash victims
A memorial service for the victims who died in the Germanwings’ flight crash, in the French Alps, was held at Barcelona’s iconic Sagrada Familia
Barcelona: Spanish royals attend memorial service for Germanwings crash victims
Spain’s King Felipe VI and Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy have been remembering the victims of the Germanwings plane disaster. Grieving relatives of
Families of Germanwings crash victims attend memorial in Cologne
Almost a month on: family members gather in Cologne to remember the 150 who died in the Germanwings crash.
Lufthansa doctors 'recommended continued treatment for Lubitz'
The German newspaper Bild says Lufthansa doctors had recommended that pilot Andreas Lubitz should be given psychological treatment, despite
Germanwings to sue woman who claimed to be a grieving relative
Germanwings parent company Lufthansa is considering taking legal action against a woman it says took several free flights from Germany to southern
More questions about medical oversight of pilots after Alps crash
Further questions are being asked about the quality of checks on pilots in the wake of the French Alps plane crash. Germany’s Federal Aviation Office
Germanwings co-pilot Lubitz 'sped up' plane, say investigators
Analysts say a study of data from the second black box, recovered after last week's passenger plane crash in the French Alps, reveals co-pilot Andreas Lubitz manipulated the autopilot to reduce the ai
French investigators "reasonably hopeful" second flight recorder contains vital evidence
French investigators say there is “reasonable hope” that the recovery of a second black box data recorder can provide vital evidence about the demise
French investigators find second "black box" from Germanwings crash
French authorities say they have found the second black box of the Germanwings jet that crashed in the French Alps last week, killing 150 people. The
Don't ask about the co-pilot: Lufthansa boss refuses questions at Alps crash site
The head of Germanwings and the boss of parent company Lufthansa have visited the scene of the French Alps crash
Lufthansa's claim of 100% pilot fitness jars credibility
Germany’s airline Lufthansa, parent company for several other airlines as well, is trying to recover and stabilise its credibility in the aftermath
Controversy over footage recovered from Germanwings plane crash
French magazine Paris Match and German daily Bild report that a cellphone video found in the Germanwings wreckage shows the flight's last moments
Germanwings and Lufthansa bosses refuse questions about co-pilot during visit to crash site
Just over a week after the Germanwings plane crash, the airline boss and head of parent company Lufthansa visit the scene