Metrojet A321 Flight 7K9268

The Russian A321 that went down in the Sinai Peninsula, Egypt, after taking off for St Petersburg

Airbus 321 in the Sinaï - only one hypothesis remains

Airbus 321 in the Sinaï – only one hypothesis remains

Valentin Vasilescu explains why the evidence points not to a bomb on board Metrojet A321, but to a catastrophic malfunction of the auto pilot

Why British Haste on Plane Bomb Theory?

Finian Cunningham asks: Was it really terrorists who brought down the Russian Metrojet A321? Or was it MI6 agents palming the deed off as terrorists?

Vladimir Putin Suspends All Russian Passenger Flights to Egypt

Because no matter who brought down the Russian jet there’s no guarantee they won’t try again — just to underline a point

Russian Airbus A321 on runway

Russian Plane Crash: Was Israel Responsible?

By Christopher Bollyn with an extensive endnote and commentary by Lasha Darkmoon.

British holidaymakers wait at Sharm el-Sheikh after flights suspended. The speed with which Britain suspended flights suggested Britons could be targeted too. Thereby helping to divert attention from the real culprits?

Cameron says bomb likely caused Russian airliner crash

The suspension of British flights to Sharm al-Sheikh is to divert suspicion from covert Western backing for Islamic State, the prime suspects behind the bombing

Russian crash: State of bodies suggests mid-air explosion

Cockpit recordings reveal “uncharacteristic sounds” moments before the plane plunged out of the sky. Autopsies indicate explosion

Debris from the Russian A321 in the Sinai. Click to enlarge

Flight recorders show crashed Russian jet not struck from outside: investigator

The A321 was not struck from the outside and did not make a distress call, according to a source in the crash investigation

Metrojet wreckage in the Sinia. Click to enlarge

Metrojet official says only external impact on plane could have caused crash in Egypt

The plane seems to have almost literally dropped out of the sky due to catastrophic structural failure

Investigators survey the wreckage of the A321

Break-up of Russian airliner in Sinai suggests explosion or structural failure

Mounting evidence suggests a sudden mid-air explosion downed the Airbus 321

Russian Airbus A321 on runway

Sinai: Was It The MOSSAD, the CIA, ISIS Or All Three?

The latest news is that the Russian plane ‘broke up in air’ before Sinai crash