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November 02, 2015
Kogalymavia airline CEO Alexander Snagovsky leaves a news conference in Moscow, Russia November 2, 2015....
Moscow, Russia
Kogalymavia airline CEO Snagovsky leaves a news conference in Moscow
Kogalymavia airline CEO Alexander Snagovsky leaves a news conference in Moscow, Russia November 2, 2015. The Russian airline whose jet Airbus A321 crashed in Egypt killing everyone on board said on Monday the crash could not have been caused by technical faults or human error. The crash, in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula, could only have been the result of some other "technical or physical action" which caused it to break up in the air and then plummet to the ground, said Alexander Smirnov, deputy general director of the airline, Kogalymavia. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov
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