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British prime minister David Cameron thing Wednesday that the Russian plane that crashed in Egypt might have been brought down by an explosive device , the British government spending flight from the Egyptian resort city of Sharm el Sheik to give British aviation expert time to make sure the airport there are secure British Karapiro chief Michael Georgie everything out seems to be caffeine explosion but what caught there when there is a bomb or engine problems or fuel etching car is not clear but we have Egyptian source close to the , Clinton explosives and now we have similar signal coming out of Moscow so this evening's produce strong suggestion yet but it was a bomb Rockline down Islamic state Egyptian affiliate has claimed responsibility for bringing down the plane response to Russian airstrikes in Syria that claim was initially dismissed by Russian and Egyptian officials the Russian operated Airbus a three twenty one and crashed on Saturday shortly after take off on its way to Saint Petersburg killing all two hundred twenty four people onboard Egypt aviation ministry said earlier that the plane's cockpit voice recorder was partially damaged but it black box data is currently being analyzed