Kogalymavia air crash
World leaders were on Thursday making conflicting statements about suggestions that the Russian passenger jet that crashed in Egypt, killing 224
It is all far too early to be sure what happened to the Russian airliner that crashed in Egypt; vital black box data has yet to be made public, yet
Funerals have begun to take place in Russia for some of the 224 victims of the Sinai air crash. In the north western city of Veliky Novgorod
In the wake of last week’s Metrojet crash in Sinai, the Russian carrier is reportedly grounding its A321 aircraft while additional checks are carried
There is growing evidence that a bomb was the likely cause of last week’s Russian airliner crash in Sinai which killed 224 people. Although not
UK cancels flights back from Sharm el-Sheikh as Downing Street announces Sinai peninsula Metrojet plane 'may have been brought down by explosive device'.
The Russian flag is flying at half mast over Saint Petersburg in tribute to the 224 people who lost their lives in the Metrojet crash over the Sinai
As aviation experts try to piece together the last minutes of a Russian airliner before it crashed in Egypt’s Sinai Peninsular killing all 224 people
Video footage showing the site of the Sinai plane crash on Saturday, which claimed 224 lives. The airline has blamed external factors for the
As analysis of the black boxes from the crashed Metrojet plane begins, officials say it is too early to know what caused the flight to come down.
A plane arrives on the tarmac at Pulkovo Airport in St Petersburg. But this is no ordinary flight. On board are the first 144 bodies recovered from a
The first of the 224 victims from the Sinai plane crash have been flown home to St Petersburg. The remains of around 144 passengers are said to have
Egyptian and Russian air crash investigators are at work trying to established what caused the Kogalymavia A-321 to crash in the Sinal Peninsula
Relatives of those on the Russian passenger plane that came down in Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula on Saturday morning have been gathering at a hotel near
Russian President Vladimir Putin has declared 1 November a national day of mourning after a Russian airliner crashed in the Egypt’s Sinai peninsula