Airbus 321 crash

EgyptAir mechanic suspected in Russian airliner crash on Sinai – Reuters

An EgyptAir mechanic whose cousin joined Islamic State in Syria is suspected of planting a bomb on a Russian passenger plane that crashed in Sinai peninsula on October 31, 2015, killing 217 passengers (including 24 children) and 7 crew members, according to

Russia seized Ukrainian oil rigs in the Black Sea

  The Ukrainian Foreign Ministry called Russia's relocation of two jack-up rigs in the Black Sea as "another episode of theft of assets and natural resources" and demanded that the property be given back to Ukraine, reports with reference to Interfax-Ukraine. "The

Egyptian investigation found no proof of terrorism in the crash of Russian Airbus A321

According to the report of the Ministry of Civil Aviation of Egypt, which investigated the crash of the Russian Airbus A321 on the Sinai Peninsula, no evidence of terrorism was not detected, reports with reference to It should be recalled

Russia completed expertise of the remains of victims of the Airbus A321 crash

Genetic examination of the remains of victims of the Airbus A321 crash over the Sinai Peninsula is completed. This was reported by the press service of the vice-governor of St. Petersburg Igor Albin, reports with the reference to TASS. "The genetic

Islamic State considers Ukraine a battlefield between Russia and the West

The 12th issue of Dabiq was published on the Internet on Wednesday evening, November 18. The cover of 66-page edition is "decorates" with the pictures from the scenes of terrorist attacks in Paris, which  ISIS claimed the responsibility for too. Also, it

ISIS demands from Russia to return “the land of Muslims”

Terrorist group Islamic State announced on the pages of its official magazine Dabiq, that it will not stop the attacks against Russia as long as the "Russian Crusaders" will not return "illegally occupied territories", reports with the reference to

United Arab Emirates airlines re-route flights over Sinai after Russian Airbus 321 crash

United Arab Emirates airlines, such as Emirates (EMIRA.UL), Air Arabia AIRA.DU and Flydubai, are re-routing flights to avoid flying over Egypt's Sinai Peninsula, where a Russian Airbus 321 with 224 passengers crashed on Saturday October 31, reports with the reference to