Russia’s Emergency Control Ministry (EMERCOM) has increased the search area in Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula from 30 sq km to 40 sq km where Metrojet’s Airbus A321 crashed Oct. 31. According to EMERCOM statement, a team of 76 people is involved in the search process. EMERCOM’s Ilyushin Il 76 aircraft is placed at Cairo Airport. The Metrojet A321 was operating as flight 9268 to St. Petersburg when it crashed, killing all 217 passengers and seven crew ...

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