Air Crashes

Belarus temporarily bans its national flag carrier from flying over Iran and Iraq following the Ukrainian plane crash in Teheran.
The Cairo-bound EgyptAir passenger jet disappeared from radars over the Mediterranean Sea en route from Paris.
The Airbus was heading for Cairo from Paris. There were 66 people on board.
Belavia continues flights to Egypt normally but air marshals are aboard the planes to boost security.
The head of Russian security service FSB says the passenger plane crashed in Egypt as a result of a terror act.
The blasting assembly was placed near the fuel tank, Fox News reports.
This is Abu Usama al Masri, leader of the Sinai terrorist grouping of the Islamic State, The Sunday Times reports.
A meeting dedicated to this issue will be held in the Belarusian Ministry of Transport and Communications.
The Belarusian foreign ministry advises citizens to refrain from visiting Egypt amid aviation security concerns.