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EgyptAir: 'Smoke detected' Inside Cabin Before Crash

EgyptAir: 'Smoke detected' Inside Cabin Before Crash

Greek and Egyptian searchers say they have found remains from the crashed Egyptair plane that disappeared on Thursday. Now, reports of smoke inside the cabin are emerging as the investigation continues into the disaster, in which 66 people lost their lives. Although the cause remains unknown, there are suspicions that this could have been a terrorist attack. Recently, such security concerns have been affecting the travel industry as Simon Calder, travel editor of The Independent explains.

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