What caused the Germanwings crash in the French Alps?

What caused the Germanwings crash in the French Alps?

A technical fault, pilot error, or an act of terror -- there are many theories over the mysterious crash of the Germanwings Airbus A320 in the French Alps on Tuesday that killed 150 people.

Tearful crash victims’ relatives gather at airport

Tearful crash victims’ relatives gather at airport

Tearful relatives of passengers of the German airliner that crashed in the French Alps Tuesday gathered grieving at Barcelona and Duesseldorf airports as officials announced none of the 150 people on board survived.

Jet plunged for eight minutes: Germanwings

Jet plunged for eight minutes: Germanwings

The Airbus A320 jet that crashed in the French Alps on Tuesday had only just reached a cruising altitude of 38,000 feet before it descended rapidly for eight minutes, the low-cost carrier Germanwings said.

Germanwings crash: What we know so far

Germanwings crash: What we know so far

An airbus A320 carrying 150 people crashed in the southern French Alps on Tuesday morning, in what has been described as one of the worst plane disasters in the country. Here’s what we know so far about the crash.

Spain among top countries for road safety

Spain among top countries for road safety

Spain was among the top countries for road safety with 36 fatalities for every million inhabitants, according to a European Commission report on Tuesday.

As it happened: Plane crashes in French Alps

As it happened: Plane crashes in French Alps

An airbus A320 travelling from Barcelona to Dusseldorf has crashed in the southern French Alps, a security source has said. The plane reportedly had 150 people on board.

Felipe to honour Republicans in France

Felipe to honour Republicans in France

King Felipe VI will make his first state visit as king on Tuesday, speaking at France's National Assembly where he will pay tribute to the Spanish Republicans who liberated Paris after the Second World War.

Spanish Millennials seek work-life balance

Spanish Millennials seek work-life balance

A survey of attitudes towards work among European Millennials shows that even Spanish young people prioritize having a better balance between work and leisure above other factors.

Isis cell transported arms through Melilla

Isis cell transported arms through Melilla

Moroccan authorities said on Monday a "terrorist cell" they dismantled had brought in arms through the Spanish enclave of Melilla to carry out attacks for the Islamic State jihadist group.

One of Eta most wanted captured in France

One of Eta most wanted captured in France

One of the most wanted members of the armed Basque separatist group ETA was arrested Monday in southwestern France, officials said.