Germanwings co-pilot Andreas Lubitz, who deliberately crashed his plane killing 150 people, "hid" mental problems so severe that he was previously judged "unsuitable" during earlier flight training, according to media reports Friday.
Two off-piste skiers, one French and one Italian, died in an avalanche that slid off the Monte Terra Nera in the Susa Valley west of Turin, rescue workers said Friday. A third person is hospitalized with non-fatal injuries.
Anti-establishment 5-Star Movement (M5S) leader Beppe Grillo on Friday said there are disturbing similarities between the depressed Germanwings co-pilot who intentionally crashed his plane with 150 people on board and Italian Premier Matteo Renzi.
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