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  1. Details of victims in the crash of Germanwings Flight 9525Read the original story

    Wednesday | KTUL-TV Tulsa

    They came from as far away as Australia, Iran, Morocco and Venezuela, and their lives ended together in France's deadliest plane crash in decades. The victims included two babies, schoolchildren going home from an exchange visit, a pair of acclaimed German opera singers and a member of an Argentine rock band, three generations of the same family, a vacationing mother and son, a recently married couple, people on business trips and others going home.


  2. Families speak of devastating lossRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | This is Local London

    Those who died in the Germanwings' Airbus A320 crash included seven-month-old Julian Pracz-Bandres from Manchester who was killed alongside his mother Marina Bandres Lopez Belio, 37, originally from Spain. Another of the Britons to lose their lives was senior quality manager Martyn Matthews, 50, from Wolverhampton who worked at Tipton in the West Midlands.


  3. Air crash victims' nationalities unveiledRead the original story

    Wednesday | Xinhuanet

    COLOGNE/BERLIN, Germany, March 25 -- German budget airline Germanwings unveiled Wednesday more details about nationalities of the victims of the flight 4U9525 that crashed Tuesday in French Alps. Addressing a press conference in German city of Cologne, where the headquarters of Germanwings are located, the company's CEO Thomas Winkelmann confirmed that 72 Germans and 35 Spanish citizens were onboard the ill-fated jet, citing information updated as of 11:00 local time .


  4. WRAPUP 8-Investigators hope cockpit tape will explain Airbus crashRead the original story

    Wednesday | Reuters

    Investigators have retrieved cockpit voice recordings from one of the "black boxes" of the German jet that crashed in the Alps, killing everyone onboard, and they expect a preliminary read-out of their content in days, an official said on Wednesday. The development came as French President Francois Hollande, Germany's Angela Merkel and Spain's Mariano Rajoy travelled to the crash site in a remote French Alpine region to pay tribute to the 150 victims, mostly Germany and Spanish.


  5. Victims of Germanwings A320 plane crash: 'Martyn took fastest route to get back to family'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday |

    There was no direct flight to Birmingham for dad of two Martyn Matthews so company HUF UK booked him on tragic Flight 4U 9525 and a connecting flight from Germany Devastated loved ones told tonight how Brits lost in the Germanwings air crash had only taken the unusual route via Dusseldorf to get home as soon as possible. Dad of two Martyn Matthews, 50, had been in Barcelona 24 hours on business and there was no direct flight to Birmingham to see wife Sharon, 48, and children Nathan, 23, and Jade, 20. So his company HUF UK booked the quality manager on Flight 4U 9525 and a connecting flight home from Germany.


  6. Daily Press Briefings : Daily Press Briefing - March 25, 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | State Department

    MS. PSAKI: A full house. Lucas is back. Exciting. I have a couple of items for all of you at the top.


  7. Heartbreaking Stories Emerge As Germanwings Plane Crash Victims IdentifiedRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Switched

    A day after a Germanwings jet plummeted from the sky and crashed in the French Alps en route from Barcelona, Spain, to Dusseldorf, Germany, heartbreaking details emerged about the 150 people on board, all of whom are presumed dead. Germanwings on Wednesday confirmed many of the passengers' nationalities -- including 72 Germans and 35 Spaniards -- but said it was still working to contact all the victims' relatives.


  8. Spain mourns victims of Germanwings crashRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Deutsche Welle

    Three days of mourning are under way in Spain following Tuesday's Germanwings plane crash as relatives of 35 Spanish victims prepare to visit the crash site in the French Alps. Nik Martin reports from Barcelona.


  9. Booz Allen employee, daughter killed in Germanwings crashRead the original story

    Wednesday | Washington Technology

    A long-time Booz Allen Hamilton employee and her daughter were killed in the Germanwings airliner crash in the southern French Alps this week. They apparently were the only two Americans on the plane.


  10. Germanwings crash: Black box reveals final words of pilots on board doomed Airbus flightRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Independent

    As leaders of Germany, Spain and France visit the crash site, three Britons are revealed to be among the 150 dead John Lichfield has been The Independent's man in Paris since 1997, covering French news. Before that, he was the paper's Foreign Editor and he has also worked in Brussels and Washington.


  11. Remembering doomed flight's passengersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | CNN

    People hug in front of the Joseph-Koenig Gymnasium secondary school in Haltern, Germany, on Wednesday, March 25. Germanwings Flight 9525 was carrying at least 150 people when it crashed in the French Alps on Tuesday. Among the crash victims were 16 students and two teachers from the school.


  12. Plane crash victims came from 18 countriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | CNN

    They were high school exchange students, heading home after a week in Spain. Opera singers fresh off a show in Barcelona.


  13. Safety has never been a major problem for Germanwings or the Airbus A320Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Albany Times Union

    An Airbus A320-211 operated by Germanwings - a low cost subsidiary of Germany's Lufthansa - crashed in the French Alps on Tuesday. Germanwings flight 9525 was flying from Barcelona, Spain to Dusseldorf, Germany when the aircraft experienced a sudden loss of altitude.


  14. Germany 2-2 Australia: Lukas Podolski and Andre Schurrle combine...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Daily Mail

    You CLOWNS! Skrtel suspended for three matches after Gerrard is is handed same punishment... and is this his message to the FA? Close to earning A 1m a week, Messi tops football rich list with Barcelona star standing well ahead of Ronaldo 'For three months I'd been planning my suicide. I've been back to the same spot since.


  15. Hannover captain Stindl agrees Borussia Monchengladbach dealRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday |

    The German midfielder, who scored twice against Borussia Dortmund on Saturday, has agreed a five-year deal and will switch Bundesliga clubs at the end of the season Hannover captain Lars Stindl has confirmed he has agreed a deal to join Bundesliga rivals Borussia Monchengladbach at the end of the season. The 26-year-old midfielder will sign a five-year deal at Borussia Park after a reported 3 million release clause in his contract was activated.


  16. Search for bodies, clues in French Alps crashRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The China Post

    Investigators combed through the pulverized wreckage of a German airliner on Wednesday and examined its badly damaged black box for clues as to what caused the mysterious crash that killed all 150 aboard. Hundreds of firefighters and police near the hamlet of Le Vernet in the French Alps launched a massive operation at the rugged crash site, accessible only by helicopter or an arduous hike on foot.


  17. MoreRead the original story

    Wednesday | Iobserve

    By Laura Ieraci, Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY -- Pope Francis prayed for the repose of the souls of the 150 passengers and crew of a Germanwings plane that crashed into the French Alps March 24. The Airbus A320 began to lose altitude shortly after taking off from Barcelona, Spain, for Dusseldorf, Germany. It crashed into a mountain about 50 minutes later, officials said.


  18. Airbus A320 'did not explode'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Mercury

    HELICOPTERS have begun airlifting the remains of the victims of a Germanwings plane crash from the disaster site in the French Alps, a source close to the investigation has told AFP. The devastation of the crash is so huge French authorities have taken to using everyday images to describe the scene to the public - fuselage wreckage is no bigger than a family car, body parts no bigger than briefcases, the scattering of the scene the size of two football stadiums.


  19. International friendlies - Germany v Australia: LIVERead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Yahoo!

    Germany have the ball in the back of the net through Reus, but the goal is disallowed as he was standing in an offside position when he received the ball. Germany soon go down the other end as Gundogan finds Reus in the box, but the Borussia Dortmund man is unable to cut the ball back with Gotze waiting in the middle.


  20. Drexel Grad Among Alps Plane Crash VictimsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday |

    Emily Selke and her mother, Yvonne, were listed on board an Airbus jet that went down in French mountains, according to reports. A Drexel University graduate and her mother are among the 150 victims of Tuesday's plane crash in the German Alps, authorities announced.