Russian plane crashes in Egypt

Military investigators from Russia stand near the debris of a Russian airliner at the site of its crash at the Hassana area in Arish city, north Egypt. An Airbus A321, operated by Russian airline Kogalymavia under the brand name Metrojet, crashed on Saturday shortly after taking off from the Red Sea resort of Sharm al-Sheikh on its way to St. Petersburg, killing all 224 people on board.

 A child’s shoe is seen in front of debris from a Russian airliner which crashed at the Hassana area in Arish city, north Egypt.

 Relatives mourn next to a coffin of Alexei Alexeev, a victim of the crash, during a funeral ceremony at the Bogoslovskoye cemetery in St. Petersburg, Russia.

 A debris from a Russian airliner is seen at its crash site at the Hassana area in Arish city, north Egypt.

The debris from a Russian airliner is seen at its crash site at the Hassana area in Arish city, north Egypt. 
 Egyptian army soldiers collect belongings of passengers from the crash site of a Russian airliner at the Hassana area in Arish city, north Egypt.

 Clothes are pictured on the ground at the site where a Russian airliner crashed in central Sinai near El Arish city, north Egypt.

The remains of a Russian airliner which crashed is seen in central Sinai near El Arish city, north Egypt.
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