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Tuesday, 2 July, 2002, 14:17 GMT 15:17 UK
In pictures: German air disaster
An investigation is under way after a Tupolev 154 airliner and a Boeing 757 cargo plane collided above Lake Konstanz in southern Germany, killing 71 people.

Tupolev wreckage in a field
Huge pieces of wreckage plummeted to the ground

Tupolev wreckage in a field
Parts of the planes were burning as they fell

Police photograph wreckage
The investigation has already begun (AP)

Scene at Barcelona airport and Tatiana Ostapenko, General Director of Soglasie tourist company
Those waiting in Barcelona are left in shock and tour organisers in Moscow weep over passenger lists

Police show map to local resident
Local people are helping emergency services

Barcelona airport bus
A bus had been waiting for the passengers at Barcelona airport


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