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Egyptian military found wreckage from the EgyptAir passenger plane that vanished

The Egyptian military has found wreckage from the EgyptAir traveler plane that vanished on May 19 over the Mediterranean Sea 290 kilometers (180 miles) north of the Egyptian city of Alexandria, the nation’s state TV reported Friday.

CAIRO (Ooduarere) – ON-TV channel reported that personal items from the travelers have additionally been found.

“Yes, we confirm the discovery of the aircraft wreckage,” Mohammad Samir, a representative for the Egyptian Armed Forces told Ooduarere.

On Thursday, EgyptAir flight MS804 vanished off the radars. Various nations, including Greece, France and Egypt, are included in the hunt operations. Regardless of a few reports that the EgyptAir plane’s destruction has been found, the carrier has said that the specialists are as yet scanning for the remaining parts of the missing plane.

​The EgyptAir flight MS804 left from the Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris, France, at 23:09 GMT on Wednesday. The airplane was setting out toward the Cairo International Airport. As per the airline, there were an total of 66 persons on board the plane, including 56 travelers.

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