Six people have been charged with manslaughter over the deaths of two children in Corfu, Greek officials say.
Robert Shepherd, six, and his sister Christianne, seven, of West Yorkshire, died from carbon monoxide poisoning during a holiday with their father.
Tour firm Thomas Cook says none of its employees are among the six, but says it "will form part of the enquiry".
The six are also charged with causing bodily harm through negligence and face up to five years in jail if convicted.
Earlier, Corfu authorities had said a Thomas Cook employee was amongst those charged, but the firm denies this. .
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