In an apparent oxymoronic convergence through the pages of History, we find two critical events marking the path of mankind’s existence spanning over three centuries.
How could a huge, technically fit Russian passenger jet be downed in the middle of the Sinai?
The airline Kogalymavia, which uses the brand name Metrojet owns the Airbus A321 that crashed in Egypt just 20 minutes after it took off Sharm el-Sheikh International Airport. isAll 224 people on board died in the disaster, making it the deadliest incident of this kind in Russian aviation history.
Twenty-five children are believed to have been on board, along with 192 adults, from which nearly 140 were women.