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From www.core.com some more updates that Russian airliner having crashed in the Sinai. Repoirts conflicting in all cases worrisome.
WARNINGS AND AN APPRECIATION OF THE DANGER POSED TO AIRCRAFT OVER THE SINAI WELL UNDERSTOOD BEFOREHAND!
1. "The Latest: Countries warned of dangers flying over Sinai"
"ST. PETERSBURG, Russia (AP) The latest developments after a Russian passenger plane crashed in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula, killing all 224 people on board Saturday"
"The United States, Germany and Britain all had overflight warnings in place for Egypt's Sinai Peninsula, where a Russian passenger plane went down killing all 224 people on board."
"Germany's warning, filed with the UN's International Civil Aviation Organization on Oct. 5 remains in place until 2016, as do the British and American warnings. In a response dated Oct. 15, Egypt's civil aviation authority replied that 'all necessary measures for safeguarding the airspace are already taken from our side.'"
"The warnings advised airlines to avoid flying over the Sinai Peninsula below 26,000 feet and to avoid the Sharm el-Sheik airport due to extremist violence and, notably, the use of anti-aircraft weapons with what the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration described as having the potential to reach high altitudes."
2. "Metrojet exec says external impact caused Egypt plane crash"
"ST. PETERSBURG, Russia (AP) Only an external impact could have caused a Russian plane to dive into the Egyptian desert, killing all 224 people on board, Metrojet airline officials said Monday, adding to a series of confusing statements from investigators that left unclear why the plane broke up in mid-flight."
"'We rule out a technical fault of the plane or a pilot error,' Alexander Smirnov, deputy general director of Metrojet, told a news conference Monday in Moscow. 'The only possible explanation could be an external impact on the airplane.'"
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"When planes do break up in midair, experts say it's usually because of one of three factors: a catastrophic weather event, a midair collision or an external threat, such as a bomb or a missile."
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"British military analyst Paul Beaver said he thought the crash was most likely caused by a bomb on board, saying he was certain that IS does not possess a missile system such as the Russian Buk that is capable of hitting a plane at such a high altitude."
"'I'm pretty convinced that ISIS doesn't have a 'double-digit' SAM (surface-to-air missile) that is necessary to go up as far as 31,000 feet,'"
TRUE AND WITHOUT QUESTION 100 % FINALITY AS TO THE CAUSE OF THE METROJET CAN BE DETERMINED? I DOUBT IT.