Last of Air France bodies arrives in Paris
The bodies of the last 104 people who were killed on the Air France flight that crashed in the Atlantic in 2009 have arrived at a Paris laboratory to be identified.
The bodies will undergo dental and DNA tests before the remains are handed over to their families for burial.
The plane crashed en route from Rio de Janeiro to Paris on June 1, 2009.
Fifty bodies were recovered soon after the crash.
Three Irish women were among the dead, Jane Deasy from Dublin, Aisling Butler from Co Tipperary and Eithne Walls from Co Down.
Jane Deasy's body was recovered in the initial searches of the crash site.