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Russian plane: Downing Street suspends Sharm el-Sheikh flights; bombs are possibility

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posted on Nov, 4 2015 @ 01:00 PM

Russian plane crash: Downing Street suspends Sharm el-Sheikh flights as airliner 'may well have been brought down by bomb' - latest news

It looks as though there are fears that the Metrojet Russian airplane may have been brought bombs by bombs aboard the flight..

All UK flights to the region have been indefinitely cancelled, and this just after we have had the Russian cargo plane in Southern Sudan "crash" near Juba airport early this morning, Nov 4.

These are the latest main points rbrought to us in the article:

• No 10 believes Russian plane may have been brought down by a bomb
• All UK flights to and from Sharm el-Sheikh cancelled
• Isil-affiliated group releases new message claiming responsibility
• Bodies of those killed did not have explosive residue on them
• Egyptian doctor claims one in five of the corpses had been badly burned
• Crew did not have time to send a distress signal, reports suggest

Much fear is now being generated by the planes that have fallen, and this evening there is to be an emergency meeting on the subject;


"Cameron and Egyptian President Sisi situation;"

"With David Cameron set to meet Egyptian President Sisi tomorrow, Con Coughlin, Defence Editor, writes:

"David Cameron's decision to cancel British flights to Sinai is not going to make for a very comfortable meeting with Egyptian President al-Sisi, who arrives in London tomorrow for talks with the Prime Minister.

When I interviewed Mr al-Sisi in Cairo this week, he was insistent that claims the Russian jet that crashed in Sinai at the weekend was due to an act of terrorism was nothing more than 'propaganda'.

But Mr Cameron, acting on the advice of his intelligence and security officials, has clearly concluded that the crash was not caused by mechanical failure, and acted swiftly to protect the thousands of British holidaymakers who visit the region each month."

My opinion is that we are perhaps entering a danger zone, where, should we discover that the flight was brought down by terrorist activities, it is going to radically change relations between various players in the region and the eu. We are all still waiting patiently for answers, but in the meantime, perhaps security and intelligence officials know something, that we don't know- something they are not telling us..

edit on 4-11-2015 by tony9802 because: (no reason given)

posted on Nov, 4 2015 @ 01:04 PM
a reply to: tony9802

Already Being Discussed HERE



posted on Nov, 4 2015 @ 01:13 PM
a reply to: SirKonstantin

Oh good, that means people are getting warmed up to get ready and prepared for my thread..we'll just wait for them to stop by and hopefully they'll have some updates on the Russian cargo plane in the Sudan..

posted on Nov, 5 2015 @ 06:57 AM
a reply to: tony9802

Any updates bruh?

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