The U.K. government suspended all flights to and from Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt on Nov. 4 amid concerns that Metrojet Flight 9268 may have been brought down by a bomb. Ireland and the Netherlands, acting on guidance from the U.K., have also suspended flights to and from the Egyptian coastal resort. After a meeting with the U.K.’s crisis response committee on Wednesday, British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond said there was a ...


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