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Russian plane crashes in Egypt

Updated 10:29 AM ET, Thu November 19, 2015
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The militant group ISIS published this image of what it claims is the bomb that brought down Metrojet Flight 9268 on Saturday, October 31. The photograph shows a soft-drink can and two components that appear to be a detonator and a switch. Flight 9268 crashed in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula en route to the Russian city of St. Petersburg. All 224 people on board were killed. Dabiq
The wreckage of Flight 9268 is seen in this image provided on Tuesday, November 3. MAXIM GRIGORYEV/AFP/Getty Images
People visit a makeshift memorial at the airport in St. Petersburg on November 3. nic roberston/cnn
Trucks in St. Petersburg carry victims' bodies on Monday, November 2. Dmitry Lovetsky/AP
Russian emergency personnel collect personal belongings of victims at the crash site in Hassana, Egypt, on November 2. Russian Ministry for Emergency Situations photo via AP
Egyptian military personnel stand near the tail of the jet in Hassana on Sunday, November 1. Maxim Grigoriev/Russian Ministry for Emergency Situations via AP
A piece of the engine sits on the ground at the crash site on November 1. Maxim Grigoriev/Russian Ministry for Emergency Situations via AP
Egyptian army soldiers guard the luggage and other belongings of passengers piled up at the site of the crash on November 1. Khaled Desouki/AFP/Getty Images
Debris belonging to the Russian airliner is shown at the site of the crash on November 1. Khaled Desouki/AFP/Getty Images
More debris is shown on November 1. The crash site is in a remote area of a region plagued by a violent Islamic insurgency. Khaled Desouki/AFP/Getty Images
Debris from the airliner is seen on November 1. Khaled Desouki/AFP/Getty Images
Debris at the crash site on November 1. Khaled Desouki/AFP/Getty Images
Candles, toys, flowers and portraits are left at Pulkovo International Airport outside St. Petersburg on November 1. Olga Maltseva/AFP/Getty Images
People place flowers and messages in front of the Russian Embassy in Cairo on November 1. STR/AFP/Getty Images
Egyptian paramedics load the bodies of victims into a military plane at a military air base by the Suez Canal on Saturday, October 31. Khaled Desouki/AFP/Getty Images
Egyptian Prime Minister Sherif Ismail, third from right, visits the site of the plane crash with military and government officials on October 31. Suliman el-Oteify/AP
Ismail, center, and other officials visit the site of the plane crash on October 31. Suliman el-Oteify/AP
An item of clothing lies at the site where the plane crashed on October 31. Suliman el-Oteify/AP
The tail of the jet sits in a field on October 31. Suliman el-Oteify/AP
Villagers watch an ambulance as it drives to unload bodies on October 31. Amr Nabil/AP
People light candles and leave flowers at the Russian Embassy in Kiev, Ukraine, on October 31. Yury Kirnichny/AFP/Getty Images
A relative reacts to news at Pulkovo International Airport on October 31. Olga Maltseva/AFP/AFP/Getty Images
Employees with the Russian Ministry for Emergency Situations wait in Moscow for their flight to Egypt on October 31. AP
Journalists and spectators wait for ambulances to arrive at the Zeinhom morgue in Cairo on October 31. Nariman El-Mofty/AP
An Egyptian soldier prays as emergency workers prepare to unload bodies of victims at a military airport north of Suez, Egypt, on October 31. Amr Nabil/AP