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Germany: Victims of Germanwings A320 crash are from all around the world01:32

Germany: Victims of Germanwings A320 crash are from all around the world

Germany, Berlin
March 25, 2015 at 06:52 GMT +00:00 · Published

Martin Schaefer, spokesperson of the Foreign Ministry of Germany, updated the press on the latest insights about Tuesday's Germanwings Airbus A320 crash in Berlin on Wednesday.

Schaefer published a list of nationalities who were identified among the victims of flight 4U 9525. Many of the 150 victims were Spanish, about one half were German. Additionally, however, the identities of citizens of Australia, Argentina, Belgium, Denmark, the UK, Iran, Israel, Japan, Colombia, Mexico, the Netherlands, Venezuela and the USA were established. About 10 percent of the passengers have not been ultimately identified yet, Schaefer said.

The Airbus A320 went down between Digne and Barcelonnette in Southern France, en route from Barcelona to Dusseldorf, on Tuesday. All 144 passengers, the two pilots and four cabin crew members who were onboard of the plane when it crashed are believed to have perished.

Germany: Victims of Germanwings A320 crash are from all around the world01:32
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Martin Schaefer, spokesperson of the Foreign Ministry of Germany, updated the press on the latest insights about Tuesday's Germanwings Airbus A320 crash in Berlin on Wednesday.

Schaefer published a list of nationalities who were identified among the victims of flight 4U 9525. Many of the 150 victims were Spanish, about one half were German. Additionally, however, the identities of citizens of Australia, Argentina, Belgium, Denmark, the UK, Iran, Israel, Japan, Colombia, Mexico, the Netherlands, Venezuela and the USA were established. About 10 percent of the passengers have not been ultimately identified yet, Schaefer said.

The Airbus A320 went down between Digne and Barcelonnette in Southern France, en route from Barcelona to Dusseldorf, on Tuesday. All 144 passengers, the two pilots and four cabin crew members who were onboard of the plane when it crashed are believed to have perished.