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International - Bodies of Ochlik, Colvin arrive in France.

NNA - 04/03/32012 - The plane carrying the remains of American journalist Marie Colvin and French photographer Remi Ochlik, killed February 22 in Homs, Syria, landed Sunday morning at Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris.

Air France flight 571, which flies the Paris-Damascus route via Amman, landed shortly after 6:15 Sunday morning. The plane took off from Damascus Sunday at 00:25. The bodies had been formally identified in Damascus on Friday by French and Polish diplomats.

"The two bodies arrived to Paris," confirmed an airport source. The family of Remi Ochlik, 28 years, received the body of the photographer. The body of Colvin is expected to be flown on to the United States tomorrow or Tuesday, according to a representative of her newspaper, Britain's The Sunday Times.


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Publication:National News Agency Lebanon (NNA)
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Date:Mar 4, 2012
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