The reason for the crash of the Airbus A320, which killed 66 people, remains a mystery, investigators said on Saturday.
The wreckage could lead investigators to the plane's flight data recorder, providing additional clues about what caused the mysterious crash.
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A French navy vessel may have found a flight data recorder, bringing the world closer to knowing what brought down the Airbus 320 and killed 66 people.
One Egyptian expert says the size of human remains retrieved from the crashed flight suggest there was an explosion on board, but another said it was too early to say what brought the plane down.
A 31-minute statement released by the Islamic State didn't mention the EgyptAir crash, which some officials have suggested may have been caused by terrorism.
France's air accident investigation agency says the missing jet sent a series of signals indicating that smoke had been detected on board before it crashed.
The Egyptian navy is currently sweeping the area 180 miles north of the Mediterranean coastal city of Alexandria looking for the plane's black box. It's still not known what brought it down.
The Republican frontrunner wasted no time in weighing in on the situation, despite officials saying repeatedly they do not know what happened yet.
The Airbus A320 carrying 66 people from Paris to Cairo disappeared over the Mediterranean on Thursday. Egypt's aviation minister said terrorism is more likely than an accident.
Sadly for the man, the bird was found by security officials in Cyprus after the hijacker was in custody and the plane was readying to return to Cairo.
At some point during the hijacking, Ben Innes decided to snap a photo with Seif Eldin Mustafa, who was wearing a fake suicide belt. "You know your boy doesn't fuck about!!" he wrote to a friend.