Egyptian President Sisi has ordered the military to take all necessary measures to find the wreckage of EgyptAir Flight MS804. Several ships are searching the Mediterranean Sea, many launching from the Greek island of Crete.
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With concerns that the EgyptAir crash could be an act of terrorism, the TSA is caught between its need to thoroughly screen passengers and to get flyers through checkpoints in a timely manner.
It's still unclear if terrorism is responsible for the crash of EgyptAir Flight MS804. If it turns out to be the cause, former CIA official Michael Morell discusses how a terror group could have brought down the plane.
EgyptAir is promising a thorough investigation into the crash of MS804. The aircraft disappeared at 37,000 feet enroute to Cairo from Paris.
U.S. officials say that given terrorists' obsession with aviation, it's possible they could be behind EgyptAir flight MS804
Sixty-six people are feared dead after a Paris to Cairo EgyptAir flight suddenly and mysteriously went down. Wreckage has not been found.
Michael Morell, former number two at the CIA, explains what it would mean for global security if terrorists brought down EgyptAir Flight MS804
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Egyptian and Greek crews continue to search for the wreckage of EgyptAir MS804. U.S. officials say the aircraft "fell like a rock" after experiencing a catastrophic event
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The crash of an EgyptAir flight en route from Paris to Cairo is "more likely" linked to terrorism than mechanical failure, one Eyptian aviation official said.
Flight 804 dropped off radar en route from Paris to Cairo while over Mediterranean Sea, with 66 passengers and crew on board
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EgyptAir has been a target of terror groups for a number of years, and an Egyptian aviation official says the latest plane crash is "more likely" terror-related than mechanical
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Former NTSB chairman Mark Rosenker discusses what authorities will do to investigate the EgyptAir crash