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Alps plane crash: Investigators return to disaster site

French investigators say they have begun listening to the cockpit voice recorder of the passenger jet that crashed in the Alps yesterday, killing 150 people.

So far there is no indication of what caused the Germanwings flight, from Barcelona to Duesseldorf,to come down in a remote valley.

It is now known that passengers and crew from 18 nations were on the flight, including 72 Germans and more than 40 Spaniards.

At least three British passengers were among the dead. Clive Myrie reports.

  • 25 Mar 2015
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