Russia Jet Crash: ISIS Connection

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From USA   Today

Time: Why Russia Dismissed ISIS Claim of Shooting Down Jet Over  Egypt

Russia’s civil air agency is expected to have a news conference to talk about the Russian Metrojet passenger plane that Egyptian authorities say has crashed in Egypt’s Sinai  peninsula.

Officials were gathering at a hotel adjacent to the St. Petersburg airport, where Egyptian officials say the plane was heading with 217 passengers and 7 crew  members.

The plane took off early Saturday from Sharm el-Sheikh, a popular Red Sea tourist destination for Russians. Plane tracking website Flight Radar said Metrojet flight #7K9268 disappeared… (Read  More)

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