Terror Ruled Out in Red Sea Crash

(BBC) French investigator Gerard Legauffre said, "the first quick reading of the black boxes and the cockpit voice recorder" from an Egyptian plane that crashed into the Red Sea on January 3 killing 148 people, mostly French holidaymakers, shows terrorists played no role in the disaster. "It is obvious the plane had not exploded in the air," said the head of the French-Egyptian investigating team, Shaker Qelada.

2004-01-21 00:00:00

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