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Details released in Alps plane crash

Horrifying details of the last minutes before Tuesday's Germanwings crash into the French Alps are being released, and it indicates that the co-pilot deliberately crashed the plane. Victims' families and Germans are asking, 'Why?'

Disbelief, shock worldwide at co-pilot’s role in Alps crash | Va. mother, daughter among crash victims | Airlines to require 2 crew members in cockpit at all times | Photos | Co-pilot was happy with job
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