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A German A320 Airbus with 150 people on board has crashed in the Alps in southern France.

The Germanwings flight was travelling non-stop from Barcelona in Spain to Duesseldorf in Germany. The cause of the crash is not yet known.
The Airbus came down in a remote mountainous region about 2,000m high, near the town of Digne in the Alps.

Rescuers are on their way to the area, which is near the popular ski resort of Pra Loup. The debris has been located.

French President Francois Hollande has described it as a tragedy. He said the circumstances of the crash made it seem unlikely there would be any survivors.

The BBC's Transport Correspondent Richard Westcott says it seems most likely mechanical failure was behind the crash.