article 13 April 2015 Culture, Germany
GŁnter Grass: Nobel-winning novelist dies aged 87

Praised by politicians and fellow authors as a true giant and an inspiration, German author GŁnter Grass has died.

article 03 April 2015 World, France
Germanwings: second black box suggests crash was deliberate

French BEA aviation investigators say that evidence from a second Germanwings black box suggests that the crash, which killed 150 people, was deliberate.

article 01 April 2015 World, France
A member of the recovery team searches through crash debris on the mountainside (Reuters)
Germanwings crash: 'video found' of plane's final moments

A German newspaper reports that it has seen mobile phone footage shot by a passenger showing the final seconds of the Germanwings Airbus A320 before it crashed into the French Alps.

article 31 March 2015 World, France
Germanwings crash: search for the second black box

Recovery teams in the French Alps build a new road to access the wreckage and remains of the Germanwings crash, as 80 different strands of victims' DNA are identified.

article 29 March 2015 World, France
Germanwings crash: what we know so far about Andreas Lubitz

Rescue efforts to try to locate the second black box from the downed Germanwings plane continue, as more information is revealed about the co-pilot accused of deliberately crashing the airliner.

article 27 March 2015 World, France
Three days that changed the face of flying
Germanwings: three days that changed the face of flying

At first it seemed a tragic accident, claiming 150 lives - but as the week drew on it emerged as something altogether more sinister. Channel 4 News looks back at how the Alpine crash unfolded.

article 27 March 2015 World, France
Andreas Lubitz: what did Lufthansa know about his state?

Torn up documents, including doctor's notes consenting time off work dated for the day of the French Alps disaster, have been found at the home of Andreas Lubitz, German prosecutors say.

article 26 March 2015 France
Germanwings crash: co-pilot 'wanted to destroy the plane'

Police start searching properties in Dusseldorf after French authorities describe how Andreas Lubitz "refused to open" the cockpit door of the Airbus A320 and accelerated its descent "intentionally".

article 26 March 2015 World, France
Germanwings: why didn't aviation rules prevent this crash?

Reports that a pilot deliberately crashed the Germanwings Airbus 320 in the French Alps throws the spotlight not only on aircraft security but also on flight-deck manning.

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