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2015-03-27 11:22:36, 15 min delay
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10:25 a.m. (0925 GMT, 5:25 a.m.) Germanwings says it is setting up a family assistance center in Marseille for relatives of the 150 people killed when one of its planes crashed in the French Alps. Investigators believe Germanwings co-pilot Andreas Lubitz intentionally crashed the plane into a mountainside during Tuesday's flight from Barcelona to Duesseldorf.
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BERLIN (AP) — Police have searched the homes of co-pilot Andreas Lubitz in two German cities in search of an explanation for why he may have crashed a passenger plane into the French Alps, killing all 150 people on board. The Federal Aviation Office couldn't immediately be reached for comment. French investigators believe the 27-year-old locked himself inside the cockpit and then intentionally smashed the Germanwings plane into a mountainside.
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9:50 a.m. (0850 GMT, 4:50 a.m.) France's prime minister has called on German airline Lufthansa to provide all information about Germanwings co-pilot Andreas Lubitz, who investigators believe intentionally slammed a plane into a French mountainside, killing all 150 people aboard. Prime Minister Manuel Valls called on Lufthansa to give the maximum of information "so that we can understand why this pilot got to the point of this horrific" action.