Two Egyptian daily newspapers from Sunday, Nov. 8, 2015 display headlines touting "conspiracy theories" on the plane crash of a Russian passenger jet last month over the Sinai peninsula. (AP Photo)
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As more governments believe that a bomb caused the Russian plane disaster over Sinai, Egyptian media outlets have reacted by denouncing a Western "conspiracy" aimed at harming its tourism industry.Britain, Israel and sources close to the investigation say it was likely that a bomb caused the planeload of mainly Russian holidaymakers to come apart in midair after taking off from the resort of Sha As more governments believe that a bomb caused the Russian plane disaster over Sinai, Egyptian media outlets have reacted by denouncing a Western "conspiracy" aimed at harming its tourism industry rm el-Sheikh, killing all 224 people on board.For some in the Egyptian media, however, the claims of a bomb and the travel restrictions are punishment against Egypt for its warm ties with Russia.
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