Cortege of Germanwings air crash victims arrives in Haltern
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Germanwings crash: Schoolchildren's cortege arrives in Haltern

A cortege carrying the coffins of schoolchildren and their teachers, who died in the Germanwings air crash, has arrived in Haltern, their home town in north-west Germany.

White hearses carried the children's remains, while the coffins of the two teachers were in black hearses.

The cortege passed the Joseph-Koenig-Gymnasium school where the 16 schoolchildren and two teachers were from.

Co-pilot Andreas Lubitz is believed to have deliberately crashed the Airbus A320 into the French Alps in March.

All 150 people on board were killed.

  • 10 Jun 2015
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