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By PBS NewsHour
Russia’s security service said Tuesday for the first time that last month’s crash of a passenger airliner in Egypt was caused by a homemade explosive device.
By News Desk
The head of Egypt's investigation into last week's Russian airliner crash in the Sinai Peninsula said Saturday the cockpit recording registered a noise in its last second.
The Homeland Security Department announced Friday a series of new security efforts aimed at international airports in the wake of the crash of a Russian jetliner over Egypt's Sinai Peninsula.
By Alicia A. Caldwell, Associated Press
Thursday on the NewsHour, Egypt and Russia dispute the suggestion that a bomb caused a Russian jetliner crash. Also: Defense Secretary Ash Carter visits the South China Sea as tensions rise, the U.S. upgrades their nuclear arsenal, the mysterious disease…
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