'The terrorists’ calculations proved to be accurate - the bomb exploded as the plane gained altitude'
15 were killed and 15 more were injured after being caught in crossfire between Egyptian security forces and Bedouin smugglers
Europe accused of ‘turning a blind eye’ to repression by the former military chief, as 600 are sentenced to death this year
'It's an opportunity for two countries, tied by history, people and values, to work together to overcome the biggest challenges of our age,' said Mr Cameron
Operation against Isis affiliate considered chief suspects for plane disaster is stepped up
Papers get things wrong much less often than may be popularly believed
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A spokesperson for Egypt's foreign affairs ministry said the claims in the Daily Mail were "preposterous".
'First we had a problem with shark attacks, then we had the revolution - now there’s this dramatic end to the story'
The British government’s cosying up to Saudi Arabia, to China, and to Kazakhstan in recent weeks has cemented the impression that the UK is more concerned with British interests than human rights. The invitation extended to President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi of Egypt proves it beyond doubt.
224 people died in the crash
Airlines and passengers were given mixed messages as British and Egyptian authorities appeared to send out conflicting instructions
'The airport's not safe. The staff I saw were arrogant, complacent, and a danger to the public'
217 passengers and seven members of crew were killed in the crash in the Sinai Peninsula
If Isis did destroy the plane, Mr Putin would face a choice: either cease operations in Syria or step up the campaign by sending more Russian ground forces
Grounding flights from Sharm-el-Sheikh also did little to help matters