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Egypt is yet to respond to claim, but has insisted in previous statements that a terrorist attack is the reason for the crash
Egypt had previously stated that the cause of the crash was an explosion
Civil Aviation Ministry denies it received reports that TNT was detected on the aeroplane’s wreckage
Ayrault and his Egyptian counterpart to finalise ongoing investigations into the crashed EgyptAir flight MS804
The aeroplane went down in the Mediterranean in mid-May, claiming the lives of all 66 on board
It’s too early to identify the exact location and time of the fire, says official report
The vessel, which was contracted by the Egyptian government, continues to scan the crash site of MS804 in the Mediterranean Sea to ensure the collection of all human remains
Debris from an aircraft can travel thousands of miles, says analyst
Ministry of Aviation says statements are unofficial, investigation will take more time
The remains will be moved to a forensic department in Cairo for DNA analysis
The test results were satisfactory after replacing the mentioned components, which enabled the committee to read the CVR’s output.
Authorities investigating last month’s EgyptAir crash say data from one of the black boxes confirms smoke was on board the plane before it went down. Some recovered wreckage also shows signs of heat damage.
Manslaughter is only an initial description, based on the data revealed so far, until the analysis of the two black boxes is complete, says Egypt’s prosecution
The memory units were extracted from both devices in the civil aviation labs. More tests are being carried out before the data extraction.
There are currently no guarantees about what may have brought the aircraft down, says expert
Search for flight data recorder continues, say Egyptian head of investigative committee
Manufacturers of the flight data recorder said that the black boxes will continue to emit signals 24 June
The EgyptAir aeroplane crashed into the Mediterranean Sea in the early hours of 19 May, claiming the lives of all 66 people onboard.
The signal came from within the narrowed area of the search in the Mediterranean Sea
EgyptAir flight MS804 crashed into the Mediterranean Sea during the early hours of Thursday 19 May, claiming the lives of all 66 people onboard.
The EgyptAir flight crashed into the Mediterranean last Thursday, killing all 66 people onboard
The technical record of the crashed EgyptAir aeroplane did not contain any technical failures
Photos by Asmaa Gamal
Twenty-three body bags containing the remains of victims from EgyptAir flight MS804 arrived at Zenhom mortuary on Monday
The priority is to search for more victims and identify the location of the black box, says the team
The US navy continues to support Egyptian efforts in searching for more debris of the crashed EgyptAir flight MS804 in the Mediterranean Sea
The navy expanded its search area to 80 sqkm in the Mediterranean, says source
The 90 degree turn that was initially made, and the subsequent 360 degree turn while descending from 37,000 ft to 15,000 ft and then loss of radar contact at 10,000 ft could indicate that the pilots were making dramatic efforts to escape an unsafe situation and reach a lower altitude, says analyst
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