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France on Thursday opened a criminal inquiry into the Germanwings jetliner crash that killed all 149 passengers in March. A Marseilles prosecutor appointed a panel of judges to determine whether anyone, including the airline, bears responsibility for failing to monitor co-pilot Andreas Lubitz’s mental health ahead of the mass murder. Lubitz intentionally locked his co-pilot out of the cockpit and flew the plane into a mountainside. The first victims’ remains were returned to families just days ago.