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Terror ruled out in Red Sea crash

Investigators say flight recorders from an Egyptian plane that crashed into the Red Sea on 3 January show terrorists played no role in the disaster. “It is very obvious there is no outside intervention of any kind,” the head of the French-Egyptian investigating team, Shaker Qelada, told AFP. “What we are looking at is a classic plane accident. It could be a technical defect or human error or both.” A total of 148 people, mostly French holidaymakers, died in the crash. A French submarine robot retrieved one “black box” flight recorder from a depth of more than 1,000 metres on Friday, and a second one two days later. Full Story

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