Seats from the Airbus jet that crashed in Egypt are examined by a Russian Emergency Situations Ministry employee, in this image released by the agency. Egyptian officials say they're investigating a noise heard at the end of the flight's cockpit voice recording.
An EasyJet agent talks to tourists stranded at Sharm el-Sheik's airport in Egypt Friday. The airline's plans to operate at least 10 flights out of the resort today were hampered by delays.
Debris from a Russian airliner can be seen at the site of the crash in a mountainous area in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula. Citing new information, Britain's government says it is concerned that a bomb might have brought the plane down.
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