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Security alert disrupts world air travel, Red Sea crash heightens tensions

As US terror warnings disrupted international air travel for a third day, officials said a Red Sea plane crash that raised further fears of a terrorist attack was probably an accident. All eyes turned towards Egypt on Saturday, when a plane crashed into the Red Sea shortly after take-off, killing all of the 135 mostly French tourists and 13 crew on board, according to a preliminary toll. But Egyptian and later French officials said the crash was in all likelihood accidental in nature — rather than a deliberate attack. Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Maher ruled out terrorism as a possible cause, saying the crash “is absolutely not the result of a terrorist act.” Full Story

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