Russian plane 'broke up in air' before Sinai crash | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Russian plane 'broke up in air' before Sinai crash

Russian aviation official says inspection of wreckage in Egypt shows plane broke apart but this does not necessarily indicate bomb.

Russia’s transport safety watchdog, Rostransnadzor, said it had ordered the Kogalymavia airline, which is also known as Metrojet, to ground its fleet of Airbus A321s until the cause of the disaster was established, according to the Russian news agency Interfax.

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The Russians get the benefit of the doubt here, because from Russia's point of view, the plane being brought down by ISIS justifies escalation of Russia's activities in Iraq and Syria.

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