Egypt’s Accident Investigation Committee has said its initial observation of the aircraft wreckage from the Oct. 31 Metrojet Airbus A321 crash “does not yet allow for identifying the origin of the inflight breakup.” In a report released Saturday, the committee said the debris is “scattered over a wide area more than 13 km in length, which is consistent with an inflight breakup.” However, the report went on to state that “some parts of the wreckage are ...

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