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Forensic teams working at the crash site have recovered the body of co-pilot Andreas Lubitz, suspected of deliberately crashing the flight last Tuesday.
The finds were confirmed by DNA testing on Saturday. According to German daily newspaper Bild, the co-pilot was suffering from serious vision problems, and he was worried that flying license would be revoked as a result.
Authorities has previously found evidence that he also was suffering from long-term depression. However, Germanwings and parent company Lufthansa say they were unaware of his illness.