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ISIS shot down Russian plane killing all 224 on board?





The burning plane': ISIS yesterday released a video purporting to show the moment the burning Airbus A321 plummeted through the sky before hitting the ground. The horrific footage - which was posted online and cannot be verified by BillionBill - shows a large structure resembling a plane falling through the air (left), before being consumed by a mass of smoke (right) and eventually splitting in two (right)
The Islamic State has released a video purporting to show the final moments of the Russian jet that crashed in Egypt, killing all 224 people on board.
The terror group has claimed it downed the aircraft, but has not said how it might have done so. The horrific footage - which was posted online and cannot be verified by BillionBill - shows a large structure resembling a plane falling through the air, before being consumed by a mass of smoke. 
Cairo and Moscow have denied any possible terrorism link in the incident, which was one of the deadliest Airbus crashes in the past decade.
It comes as it has emerged that the burning Airbus A321 did not lodge an SOS call before it plummeted to he ground in the restive Sinai Peninsula.
Egypt's civil aviation minister Hossam Kamal said communications between the pilot and air traffic controllers were 'normal' ahead of the disaster.
'There was nothing abnormal... and the pilot didn't ask to change the plane's route,' he said, adding that the controllers recorded no distress calls.
His comments contradicted earlier claims that the pilot had reported technical difficulties and made clear his intention to land at the nearest airport. 
Family and friends were yesterday pictured grieving for their loved ones - as harrowing images of the plane's mangled wreckage were released.
The photos were distributed by the office of Egyptian Prime Minister Sharif Ismail, who visited the crash site following the devastating crash.
They show the destroyed interior of the Irish-owned aircraft, which split apart upon impact, killing 192 adults, 25 children and seven crew members. 
Horrific: This is one of the first images of the mangled wreckage of the Russian passenger jet that crashed yesterday, killing 224 people
Horrific: This is one of the first images of the mangled wreckage of the Russian passenger jet that crashed yesterday, killing 224 people



Torn apart: The harrowing photos of the wreckage were released by the office of Egyptian Prime Minister Sharif Ismail, who visited the site
Torn apart: The harrowing photos of the wreckage were released by the office of Egyptian Prime Minister Sharif Ismail, who visited the site
Devastating: Passengers' belongings, pieces of metal and other bits of the aircraft lay strewn across the sand following the deadly crash
Devastating: Passengers' belongings, pieces of metal and other bits of the aircraft lay strewn across the sand following the deadly crash

Officials walk past debris from the downed planeTragic: It comes as Egypt has recovered the aircraft's black box from the tail of the plane. Above, an item of clothing lies at the crash site

Tragic: It comes as officials have recovered the Airbus A321's black box, which is now being examined by experts to determine the cause of the disaster. Above, an item of clothing lies at the crash site (left), while officials walk past debris from the downed plane (right)
The doomed Airbus A321, pictured earlier this month in Moscow was reported missing soon after it took off from Sharm el-Sheikh in Egypt, officials claimed the pilot warned of a technical problem before the disaster and asked to land at the nearest available airport 
The doomed Airbus A321, pictured earlier this month in Moscow was reported missing soon after it took off from Sharm el-Sheikh in Egypt, officials claimed the pilot warned of a technical problem before the disaster and asked to land at the nearest available airport 
ISIS shot down Russian plane killing all 224 on board? Reviewed by Jisieike Samuel on November 01, 2015 Rating: 5

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