Wreckage of an EgyptAir Paris-Cairo flight that crashed in the Mediterranean last month killing all 66 people on board has been found in "several main locations." The cause of the crash remains unknown.
Rescuers believe they have found some of the wreckage from Cairo-bound EgyptAir flight MS804 in the Mediterranean Sea. The plane went down overnight on a Paris-to-Cairo flight, with 66 people aboard.
Egyptian investigators have found traces of explosives on the remains of victims of last May's EgyptAir plane crash. Terrorist motives had been played down and no group has claimed responsibility.
Egypt's state prosecutor ordered the remains of the victims of the doomed flight be returned to their families. Traces of explosives were found on the victims.
Egyptian officials said they have identified pieces of the cabin of missing flight MS804. The plane's crashed last month in the Mediterranean Sea, and investigators feared signals from its black boxes would expire soon.
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