Germany rules out 'foul play' in cause of Germanwings plane crash

By REUTERS
March 25, 2015 14:27

 
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BERLIN - The German government has no reason to suspect foul play in the crash of a Germanwings airliner in France on Tuesday that killed all 150 passengers and crew, Germany's interior minister said.

"There is no concrete evidence that third parties were involved in the causes of the crash," Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere told reporters, though he added that investigations would pursue all possible angles.

The White House said on Tuesday that it had "no indication of a nexus to terrorism" in the crash of the Airbus plane in a remote area of the French Alps.

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