The pilot's ex-girlfriend told a newspaper that he never talked about his illness.
Sollecito's defense lawyer, Giulia Bongiorno, argued there were errors of "colossal proportions," in the guilty verdicts.
The prosecutors avoided describing the crash as a suicide.
Prosecutor Brice Robin said the commander left the cockpit, presumably to go to the lavatory, and then was unable to regain access.
According to the airline, he trained in Bremen before starting to fly for Germanwings in September 2013.
The airline had no indication of why the co-pilot would have crashed the plane: Chief executive Carsten Spohr
"Moscow has no intention to "make concessions or bend down", said Putin.
The German Parliament held a minute of silence for the victims, as did schools and companies in North Rhine-Westphalia.
Evidence recovered from cockpit voice recorder revealed that the pilot tried to smash the door down.
The orange cockpit voice recorder is considered the key to understanding why the Germanwings A320 lost radio contact.
Sky News also said that Clarkson had been sacked, while The Daily Telegraph newspaper reported that he was expected to be let go today.
The crash has sent shockwaves through Haltern where it seemed everyone knew someone who had died.
The airline spokesperson said the flight's sudden descent took 8 minutes in all.
The source said one engine on the plane had failed. No more details were immediately available.
The plane’s debris was found near a ski-resort and the black box has been recovered.
US President Barack Obama expressed condolences towards the victims of plane crash in French Alps
The conspiracy theories floating around the Airbus A-320 crash in the French Alps
"The site is a picture of horror,'' said the German Foreign Minister.
The last time a passenger jet crashed in France was the 2000 Concorde accident, which left 113 dead — 109 in the plane and four on the ground.
ric Heraud said the plane lost radio contact at 10:30 a.m.
Russia to resume space tourism in 2018 after years of sending into space only professional cosmonauts and astronauts.
France's President said no survivors were expected in the accident.
Angela Merkela and Alexis Tsipras try and reboot a sour relationship and intend helping Athens to remain in Euro.
A number of graves dating as far back as the late 1800s were of ancestors were vandalized in Hungary
Syrian insurgents captured several government airmen after their helicopter crashed in a rebel-held area.
WHO resisted sounding the alarm until August, partly for political reasons, despite the fact that senior staff in Africa proposed doing so in June.
One witness told Swedish broadcaster SVT that two men entered the restaurant and started shooting.
Shots were fired in the parking basement of a shopping center on the outskirts of Copenhagen on Wednesday.
Masked demonstrators run past a burning police car after clashes between demonstrators and police.
ECB headquarters barricaded for potentially violent demonstrations against government austerity and capitalism.
The grocery shop of Paris where the shoppers were cornered by Amedy Coulibaly, reopened on March 5.
After 10 years of service and 2 Afghanistan tours, it's a soldier's life no more for Britain's Prince Harry.
Russian President Vladimir Putin was due to reappear in public on Monday, after an unusually long 10-day absence.
Russia launches military drills in Arctic and other areas to check the readiness of forces and increase the armed forces' capabilities.
Spanish journalist Javier Espinosa wrote that militant Emwazi alias Jihadi John played a lead role in the mock executions.
12 people were killed when two Islamist gunmen stormed the Paris offices of the satirical Charlie Hebdo weekly.