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Alps plane crash heartbreaking, Obama says

A man walks past a screen displaying news on the crash of a Germanwings plane on March 24, 2015 at the airport in Duesseldorf, western Germany, where the crashed Germanwings airplane was due to landAll 150 passengers and crew died when the Germanwings airliner came down in a remote area — victims included 16 German teenagers on a school trip. “It’s heartbreaking because it apparently includes the loss of so many children, some of them infants,” Obama said, adding that he had called Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel. Obama also called Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, offering US assistance. “The president conveyed his condolences and those of the American people to Spain and to the families of those lost on the flight,” a White House statement said.

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