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Spain: VIPs attend Germanwings commemoration at Sagrada Familia01:10

Spain: VIPs attend Germanwings commemoration at Sagrada Familia

Spain, Barcelona
April 27, 2015 at 23:28 GMT +00:00 · Published

Top Spanish officials and dignitaries including Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, former King Juan Carlos I., the president of the Generalitat of Catalonia Artur Mas and the King of Spain Felipe VI and Queen Letizia attended the memorial ceremony for the victims of the Airbus A320 Germanwings crash at the Sagrada Familia cathedral in Barcelona on Monday.

The ceremony dedicated to the 150 victims killed in the Germanwings crash was hosted in Barcelona one month after the incident. Presiding over the service was Cardinal Archbishop of Barcelona Lluis Martinez Sistach.

As result of the Germanwings flight 9525 crash while flying from Barcelona to Dusseldorf over the French Alps one hundred and fifty people died in the accident on March 24. Investigators suspect that co-pilot Andreas Lubitz deliberately flew the Airbus A320 into the mountainside.

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Top Spanish officials and dignitaries including Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, former King Juan Carlos I., the president of the Generalitat of Catalonia Artur Mas and the King of Spain Felipe VI and Queen Letizia attended the memorial ceremony for the victims of the Airbus A320 Germanwings crash at the Sagrada Familia cathedral in Barcelona on Monday.

The ceremony dedicated to the 150 victims killed in the Germanwings crash was hosted in Barcelona one month after the incident. Presiding over the service was Cardinal Archbishop of Barcelona Lluis Martinez Sistach.

As result of the Germanwings flight 9525 crash while flying from Barcelona to Dusseldorf over the French Alps one hundred and fifty people died in the accident on March 24. Investigators suspect that co-pilot Andreas Lubitz deliberately flew the Airbus A320 into the mountainside.