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  • EGYPT: "Flash Air" plane crash
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    EGYPT: "Flash Air" plane crash
    01/04/2004
    STEVENS FREDERIC/SIPA
    French Deputy Foreign Minister Renaud Muselier throws memorial flowers wrapp ed by a French flag into the Red Sea off the coast from Sharm el-Sheik Sunda y January 4, 2003, where a charter airliner carrying 148 people, including 1 33 French tourists, crashed into the sea shortly after take off Saturday kil ling all onboard....

  • EGYPTIAN FLASH AIRLINES PLANE CRASH
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    EGYPTIAN FLASH AIRLINES PLANE CRASH
    01/01/1000
    /SIPA
    *FILE* EGYPTIAN HIDIR ABDULLAH, CHIEF PILOT OF THE ILL-FATED BOEING 737 FLAS H AIRLINES CHARTER FLIGHT FSH604 THAT PLUNGED INTO THE RED SEA ON TAKE-OFF FROM SHARM EL-SHEIK SATURDAY MORNING JAN. 3, 2004. ALL 148 PERSONS ABOARD DIED IN THE CRASH, INCLUDING 133 FRENCH TOURISTS. ABDULLAH, A FORMER GENERA L IN THE EGYPTIAN ARMY, SERVED AS A PILOT IN THE WAR (1970-1973) WITH ISRAE L.

  • EGYPT: "Flash Air" plane crash
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    EGYPT: "Flash Air" plane crash
    01/04/2004
    STEVENS FREDERIC/SIPA
    French Deputy Foreign Minister Renaud Muselier throws memorial flowers wrapp ed by a French flag into the Red Sea off the coast from Sharm el-Sheik Sunda y January 4, 2003, where a charter airliner carrying 148 people, including 133 French tourists, crashed into the sea shortly after take off Saturday kil ling all onboard....

  • MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR FLASH AIRLINES CRASH VICTIMS
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    MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR FLASH AIRLINES CRASH VICTIMS
    01/08/2004
    STEVENS FREDERIC/SIPA
    8 Jan 2004 - Charm- El-Cheikh, Egypte: Families of victims at memorial serv ice for victims of Egyptian charter company Flash Airlines that crashed int o the Red Sea two minutes after take off killing all 148 on board among them 133 French tourists, Saturday 3 Jan 04. Service was attended by families of victims, French Foreign minister Dominique de Villepin, his Egyptian counte rpart & Egyptan First Lady Suzanne Moubarak....

  • MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR FLASH AIRLINES CRASH VICTIMS
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    MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR FLASH AIRLINES CRASH VICTIMS
    01/08/2004
    STEVENS FREDERIC/SIPA
    8 Jan 2004 - Charm- El-Cheikh, Egypte: Families of victims at memorial servi ce for victims of Egyptian charter company Flash Airlines that crashed into the Red Sea two minutes after take off killing all 148 on board among them 133 French tourists, Saturday 3 Jan 04. Service was attended by families of victims, French Foreign minister Dominique de Villepin, his Egyptian counter part & Egyptan First Lady Suzanne Moubarak....

  • MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR FLASH AIRLINES CRASH VICTIMS
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    MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR FLASH AIRLINES CRASH VICTIMS
    01/08/2004
    STEVENS FREDERIC/SIPA
    8 Jan 2004 - Charm- El-Cheikh, Egypte: Families of victims at memorial servi ce for victims of Egyptian charter company Flash Airlines that crashed into the Red Sea two minutes after take off killing all 148 on board among them 133 French tourists, Saturday 3 Jan 04. Service was attended by families of victims, French Foreign minister Dominique de Villepin, his Egyptian counter part & Egyptan First Lady Suzanne Moubarak....

  • MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR FLASH AIRLINES CRASH VICTIMS
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    MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR FLASH AIRLINES CRASH VICTIMS
    01/08/2004
    STEVENS FREDERIC/SIPA
    8 Jan 2004 - Charm- El-Cheikh, Egypte: Families of victims at memorial serv ice for victims of Egyptian charter company Flash Airlines that crashed int o the Red Sea two minutes after take off killing all 148 on board among them 133 French tourists, Saturday 3 Jan 04. Service was attended by families of victims, French Foreign minister Dominique de Villepin, his Egyptian counte rpart & Egyptan First Lady Suzanne Moubarak....

  • MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR FLASH AIRLINES CRASH VICTIMS
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    MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR FLASH AIRLINES CRASH VICTIMS
    01/08/2004
    STEVENS FREDERIC/SIPA
    8 Jan 2004 - Charm- El-Cheikh, Egypte: Families of victims at memorial serv ice for victims of Egyptian charter company Flash Airlines that crashed int o the Red Sea two minutes after take off killing all 148 on board among them 133 French tourists, Saturday 3 Jan 04. Service was attended by families of victims, French Foreign minister Dominique de Villepin, his Egyptian counte rpart & Egyptan First Lady Suzanne Moubarak....

  • EGYPT:Black box of Egyptian Flash Airliner
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    EGYPT:Black box of Egyptian Flash Airliner
    01/17/2004
    STEVENS FREDERIC/SIPA
    One of the two black boxes from the Flash airlines plane that crashed earlie r in January killing 148 people, was located Saturday morning in the Red Sea near Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt, 17 January 2004. Pilot Shaker Kallada, head o f the Egyptian investigative committee handling the crash, said the box was recovered from 1,022 metres under the sea.'The box was handed to the Egyptia n General Prosecution and the investigative team,' Kallada said...

  • Paris: Commemoration du crash de Charm El Cheik au Pere Lachaise
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    Paris: Commemoration du crash de Charm El Cheik au Pere Lachaise
    01/03/2005
    CHAMUSSY/SIPA
    Un an apres le crash de Charm El Cheik les familles des victimes se reunisse nt au cimetiere du Pere Lachaise en presence de Bertrand Delanoe, Renaud Mus elier et Nicoles Guedj. Paris, FRANCE -03/01/2005....

  • PARIS : Memorial pour les victimes de Charm el Cheikh
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    PARIS : Memorial pour les victimes de Charm el Cheikh
    01/03/2007
    SIMON ISABELLE/SIPA
    Inauguration du Memorial pour les victimes de Charm el Cheikh au cimetiere du pere Lachaise, en presence de Anne Hidalgo, Paris, FRANCE-03/01/2006

  • EGYPT AIR CRASH
    AP20198159_000003
    EGYPT AIR CRASH
    01/03/2004
    AMR NABIL/AP/SIPA
    ** FILE ** General view showing the Egyptian Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheik, 500 km (310 miles) north of Cairo, in this Sunday, June 1st, 2003 file photo. A Flash Airlines charter plane carrying 148 people, mostly French tourists, crashed into the Red Sea Saturday Jan. 3, 2004 off the coast of Sharm el-Sheikh, shortly after taking off from the resort officials said. No survivors were reported. (AP Photo/Amr Nabil)/EGYPT AIR CRASH/JUNE 1ST 2003 FILE PHOTO/0401031300/0401031302

  • EGYPT PLANE CRASH
    AP20198174_000006
    EGYPT PLANE CRASH
    01/03/2004
    MOHAMED EL-DAKHAKHNY/AP/SIPA
    Rescue personnel remove debris from the sea off the Egyptian resort of Sharm El-Sheikh after a charter airliner carrying 148 people, mostly French tourists, crashed into the Red Sea shortly after take off Saturday Jan. 3, 2004. (AP Photo/Mohamed El-Dakhakhny) /EGYPT PLANE CRASH/0401031625/0401031627

  • EGYPT PLANE CRASH
    AP20198174_000008
    EGYPT PLANE CRASH
    01/03/2004
    /AP/SIPA
    A beach sandal floats in the sea off the Egyptian resort of Sharm El-Sheikh after a charter airliner carrying 148 people mostly French tourists crashed into the Red Sea shortly after take off in this image taken from TV Saturday Jan. 3, 2004. (AP Photo/Egyptian TV, Via APTN) ** EGYPT OUT TV OUT NO SALES **/EGYPT PLANE CRASH/EGYPT OUT TV OUT NO SALES/0401031650/0401031652

  • EGYPT PLANE CRASH
    AP20198174_000007
    EGYPT PLANE CRASH
    01/03/2004
    /AP/SIPA
    A member of the search and rescue team removes debris from the sea off the Egyptian resort of Sharm El-Sheikh after a charter airliner carrying 148 people mostly French tourists crashed into the Red Sea shortly after take off in this image taken from TV Saturday Jan. 3, 2004. (AP Photo/Egyptian TV, Via APTN) ** EGYPT OUT TV OUT NO SALES **/EGYPT PLANE CRASH/EGYPT OUT TV OUT NO SALES/0401031650/0401031652

  • MIDEAST EGYPT PLANE CRASH
    AP20198191_000001
    MIDEAST EGYPT PLANE CRASH
    01/03/2004
    AMR NABIL/AP/SIPA
    An Egyptian coast guard vessel looks for any floating items in front of the Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheik, after a charter airliner carrying 148 people, mostly French tourists, crashed into the Red Sea shortly after take off Saturday Jan. 3, 2004. (AP Photo/Amr Nabil)/MIDEAST EGYPT PLANE CRASH/0401031740/0401031742

  • MIDEAST EGYPT PLANE CRASH
    AP20198191_000005
    MIDEAST EGYPT PLANE CRASH
    01/03/2004
    AMR NABIL/AP/SIPA
    Crowds wait at Sharm El-Sheik airport, Egypt, Saturday, Jan. 3, 2004. Early Saturday a charter airliner carrying 148 people, mostly French tourists, crashed into the Red Sea shortly after take off from Sharm El-Sheik. (AP Photo/Amr Nabil)/MIDEAST EGYPT PLANE CRASH/0401032150/0401032152

  • MIDEAST EGYPT PLANE CRASH
    AP20198191_000004
    MIDEAST EGYPT PLANE CRASH
    01/03/2004
    AMR NABIL/AP/SIPA
    Crowds wait at Sharm El-Sheik airport, Egypt, Saturday, Jan. 3, 2004. Early Saturday a charter airliner carrying 148 people, mostly French tourists, crashed into the Red Sea shortly after take off from Sharm El-Sheik. (AP Photo/Amr Nabil)/MIDEAST EGYPT PLANE CRASH/0401032150/0401032152

  • Sharm el-Sheikh  crash
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    Sharm el-Sheikh crash
    01/03/2004
    EL DAKHAKHNY/SIPA
    A search and rescue aircraft is watched from the shore as it patrols the Red Sea off the coast of Sharm el-Sheikh Saturday Jan. 3, 2004. A charter airli ner carrying 148 people, mostly French tourists, crashed into the Red Sea on Saturday shortly after taking off from the resort officials said. No surviv ors were reported.

  • Sharm el-Sheikh  crash
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    Sharm el-Sheikh crash
    01/03/2004
    EL DAKHAKHNY/SIPA
    A rescue worker removes the debris of a Flash Air jet that crashed Saturday into the Red Sea off Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt. Officials say there are no surv ivors from the 148 aboard.

  • Sharm el-Sheikh  crash
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    Sharm el-Sheikh crash
    01/03/2004
    EL DAKHAKHNY/SIPA
    A search and rescue aircraft is watched from the shore as it patrols the Red Sea off the coast of Sharm el-Sheikh Saturday Jan. 3, 2004. A charter airli ner carrying 148 people, mostly French tourists, crashed into the Red Sea on Saturday shortly after taking off from the resort officials said. No surviv ors were reported.

  • Sharm el-Sheikh  crash
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    Sharm el-Sheikh crash
    01/03/2004
    EL DAKHAKHNY/SIPA
    A search and rescue aircraft is watched from the shore as it patrols the Red Sea off the coast of Sharm el-Sheikh Saturday Jan. 3, 2004. A charter airli ner carrying 148 people, mostly French tourists, crashed into the Red Sea on Saturday shortly after taking off from the resort officials said. No surviv ors were reported.

  • Sharm el-Sheikh  crash
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    Sharm el-Sheikh crash
    01/03/2004
    EL DAKHAKHNY/SIPA
    A rescue worker removes the debris of a Flash Air jet that crashed Saturday into the Red Sea off Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt. Officials say there are no surv ivors from the 148 aboard.

  • Sharm el-Sheikh  crash
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    Sharm el-Sheikh crash
    01/03/2004
    EL DAKHAKHNY/SIPA
    A rescue worker removes the debris of a Flash Air jet that crashed Saturday into the Red Sea off Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt. Officials say there are no surv ivors from the 148 aboard.

  • Sharm el-Sheikh  crash
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    Sharm el-Sheikh crash
    01/03/2004
    EL DAKHAKHNY/SIPA
    A rescue worker removes the debris of a Flash Air jet that crashed Saturday into the Red Sea off Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt. Officials say there are no surv ivors from the 148 aboard.

  • Sharm el-Sheikh  crash
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    Sharm el-Sheikh crash
    01/03/2004
    EL DAKHAKHNY/SIPA
    A rescue worker removes the debris of a Flash Air jet that crashed Saturday into the Red Sea off Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt. Officials say there are no surv ivors from the 148 aboard.

  • Sharm el-Sheikh  crash
    00486703_000006
    Sharm el-Sheikh crash
    01/03/2004
    EL DAKHAKHNY/SIPA
    A search and rescue aircraft is watched from the shore as it patrols the Red Sea off the coast of Sharm el-Sheikh Saturday Jan. 3, 2004. A charter airli ner carrying 148 people, mostly French tourists, crashed into the Red Sea on Saturday shortly after taking off from the resort officials said. No surviv ors were reported.

  • Sharm el-Sheikh  crash
    00486703_000005
    Sharm el-Sheikh crash
    01/03/2004
    EL DAKHAKHNY/SIPA
    A rescue worker removes the debris of a Flash Air jet that crashed Saturday into the Red Sea off Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt. Officials say there are no survivors from the 148 aboard.

  • Sharm el-Sheikh  crash
    00486703_000004
    Sharm el-Sheikh crash
    01/03/2004
    EL DAKHAKHNY/SIPA
    A search and rescue aircraft is watched from the shore as it patrols the Red Sea off the coast of Sharm el-Sheikh Saturday Jan. 3, 2004. A charter airli ner carrying 148 people, mostly French tourists, crashed into the Red Sea on Saturday shortly after taking off from the resort officials said. No surviv ors were reported.

  • AP Photo
    AP20198259_000004
    AP Photo
    01/04/2004

    An Egyptian environment worker holds up a shoe Sunday, Jan. 4, 2003, as they patrol the area around the site of the crashed plane off the Red Sea resort of Sharm El-Sheik, Egypt searching for floating debris a day after a charter airliner carrying 148 people, mostly French tourists, crashed into the Red Sea shortly after take off Saturday. (AP Photo/Amr Nabil)/MIDEAST EGYPT PLANE CRASH/0401041255/0401041257/0401041257

  • AP Photo
    AP20198259_000003
    AP Photo
    01/04/2004

    Egyptian environment workers Sunday, Jan. 4, 2003, search for floating debris as they patrol the area around the site of the crashed plane off the Red Sea resort of Sharm El-Sheik, Egypt a day after a charter airliner carrying 148 people, mostly French tourists, crashed into the Red Sea shortly after take off Saturday. (AP Photo/Amr Nabil)/MIDEAST EGYPT PLANE CRASH/0401041255/0401041257/0401041257

  • AP Photo
    AP20198259_000002
    AP Photo
    01/04/2004

    Egyptian environment workers pick up Sunday, Jan. 4, 2003, debris believed to be part of a seat as they patrol the area around the site of the crashed plane off the Red Sea resort of Sharm El-Sheik, Egypt a day after a charter airliner carrying 148 people, mostly French tourists, crashed into the Red Sea shortly after take off Saturday. (AP Photo/Amr Nabil)/MIDEAST EGYPT PLANE CRASH/0401041255/0401041257/0401041257

  • MIDEAST EGYPT PLANE CRASH
    AP20198259_000001
    MIDEAST EGYPT PLANE CRASH
    01/04/2004
    AMR NABIL/AP/SIPA
    Egyptian environment workers pick up Sunday, Jan. 4, 2003, a toy as they patrol the area around the site of the crashed plane off the Red Sea resort of Sharm El-Sheik, Egypt a day after a charter airliner carrying 148 people, mostly French tourists, crashed into the Red Sea shortly after take off Saturday. (AP Photo/Amr Nabil)/MIDEAST EGYPT PLANE CRASH/0401041255/0401041257/0401041257

  • AP Photo
    AP20198259_000006
    AP Photo
    01/04/2004

    Egyptian environment workers look for any floating items Sunday, Jan. 4, 2004, in the area near the site of the crashed plane in the Red Sea resort of Sharm El-Sheik, Egypt, a day after a charter airliner carrying 148 people, mostly French tourists, crashed into the Red Sea shortly after take off. (AP Photo/Amr Nabil)/MIDEAST EGYPT PLANE CRASH/0401041330/0401041332/0401041332

  • AP Photo
    AP20198259_000005
    AP Photo
    01/04/2004

    Italian tourists snorkle at the Red Sea resort of Sharm El-Sheik, Egypt Sunday, Jan. 4, 2004, a day after a charter airliner carrying 148 people, mostly French tourists, crashed into the Red Sea shortly after take off Saturday. (AP Photo/Amr Nabil)/MIDEAST EGYPT PLANE CRASH/0401041330/0401041332/0401041332

  • MIDEAST EGYPT PLAN CRASH
    AP20198262_000003
    MIDEAST EGYPT PLAN CRASH
    01/04/2004
    AMR NABIL/AP/SIPA
    Egyptian environment workers scan the area around the site of the crashed plane Sunday, Jan. 4, 2004, in the Red Sea resort of Sharm El-Sheik, Egypt a day after a charter airliner carrying 148 people, mostly French tourists, crashed into the Red Sea shortly after take off Saturday. (AP Photo/Amr Nabil)/MIDEAST EGYPT PLAN CRASH/0401041415/0401041417

  • AP Photo
    AP20198259_000009
    AP Photo
    01/04/2004

    An Egyptian environment official scans the area near the site of the crashed plane Sunday, Jan. 4, 2004, at the Red Sea resort of Sharm El-Sheik, Egypt a day after a charter airliner carrying 148 people, mostly French tourists, crashed into the Red Sea shortly after take off Saturday. (AP Photo/Amr Nabil)/MIDEAST EGYPT PLANE CRASH/0401041445/0401041447/0401041447

  • AP Photo
    AP20198259_000010
    AP Photo
    01/04/2004

    French Deputy Foreign Minister Renaud Muselier, second left, throws Sunday, Jan. 4, 2004, memorial flowers wrapped in the French flag into the Red Sea near where a charter airliner carrying 148 people, mostly French tourists, crashed into the Red Sea shortly after take off Saturday, Jan. 3, 2004. Saleh Abdel Raouf the Head of Sharm el-Sheik city, is at right. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)/MIDEAST EGYPT PLANE CRASH/0401041615/0401041617/0401041617

  • MIDEAST EGYPT PLANE CRASH
    AP20198259_000012
    MIDEAST EGYPT PLANE CRASH
    01/04/2004
    HUSSEIN MALLA/AP/SIPA
    Memorial flowers thrown by French Deputy Foreign Minister Renaud Muselier float Sunday, Jan.4, 2004, on the Red Sea near where a charter airliner carrying 148 people, mostly French tourists, crashed into the Red Sea shortly after take off Saturday. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)/MIDEAST EGYPT PLANE CRASH/0401041625/0401041627

  • EGYPT PLANE CRASH
    AP20198259_000023
    EGYPT PLANE CRASH
    01/04/2004
    KEVIN FRAYER/AP/SIPA
    Tourists stand on a pier as an Egyptian naval vessel searches the crash scene of an Egyptian charter airplane in the Red Sea resort city of Sharm El-Sheik, Egypt, Sunday, Jan. 4, 2004. The plane crashed into the sea early Saturday, killing all 148 people on board. (AP Photo/Kevin Frayer)/EGYPT PLANE CRASH/0401041820/0401041822

  • EGYPT : Crash into the red sea carrying 133 French tourists and 15 others.
    00486722_000009
    EGYPT : Crash into the red sea carrying 133 French tourists and 15 others.
    01/04/2004
    TURAN/SIPA
    Egyptian newspapers reporting the plane crash, Sharm El-Sheik, Egypt, Sunday , Jan. 4, 2004. The plane crashed into the sea early Saturday, killing all 1 48 people on board.

  • EGYPT : Crash into the red sea carrying 133 French tourists and 15 others.
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    EGYPT : Crash into the red sea carrying 133 French tourists and 15 others.
    01/05/2004
    /SIPA
    Memorial flowers with a French and Egyptian flag throwed into the Red Sea at the crash scene of an Egyptian charter airplane off the resort city of Shar m El-Sheik, Egypt, Sunday, Jan. 4, 2004. The plane crashed into the sea earl y Saturday, killing all 148 people on board.

  • MIDEAST EGYPT PLANE CRASH
    AP20198401_000007
    MIDEAST EGYPT PLANE CRASH
    01/05/2004
    HUSSEIN MALLA/AP/SIPA
    Memorial flowers wrapped by French and Egyptian flags, which were thrown by Suzanne Mubarak, the wife of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, and other officials, float on the Red Sea Monday, Jan. 5, 2004, where a charter airliner carrying 148 people, mostly French tourists, crashed into the sea shortly after take off Saturday, Jan. 3, 2004. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)/MIDEAST EGYPT PLANE CRASH/0401051325/0401051327

  • MIDEAST EGYPT PLANE CRASH
    AP20198401_000011
    MIDEAST EGYPT PLANE CRASH
    01/05/2004
    HUSSEIN MALLA/AP/SIPA
    French soldiers carry the French robot "Achille" as they arrive at Sharm el-Sheik's Eastern Harbor Monday, Jan. 5, 2004, where it will start working in the Red Sea to locate the crashed plane underwater. A charter airliner carrying 148 people, mostly French tourists, crashed into the sea shortly after take off Saturday, Jan. 3, 2004. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)/MIDEAST EGYPT PLANE CRASH/0401051615/0401051617/0401051617

  • MIDEAST EGYPT PLANE CRASH
    AP20198401_000010
    MIDEAST EGYPT PLANE CRASH
    01/05/2004
    HUSSEIN MALLA/AP/SIPA
    French soldiers carry French robot " Achille" as they arrive at Sharm el-Sheik Eastern harbor Monday, Jan.5, 2004, where it will start working in the Red Sea to locate the crah plane underwater. A charter airliner carrying 148 people, mostly French tourists, crashed into the sea shortly after take off Saturday, Jan. 3, 2004. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)/MIDEAST EGYPT PLANE CRASH/0401051600/0401051602

  • MIDEAST EGYPT PLANE CRASH
    AP20198401_000006
    MIDEAST EGYPT PLANE CRASH
    01/05/2004
    HUSSEIN MALLA/AP/SIPA
    An Egyptian helicopter and a frigate patrol Monday, Jan. 5, 2004 the area around the site where a charter airliner carrying 148 people, mostly French tourists, crashed into the Red Sea shortly after take off Saturday, Jan. 3, 2004 near Sharm el-Sheik coast. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)/MIDEAST EGYPT PLANE CRASH/0401051325/0401051327

  • EGYPT PLANE CRASH
    AP20198401_000016
    EGYPT PLANE CRASH
    01/05/2004
    KEVIN FRAYER/AP/SIPA
    Wreckage from an Egyptian charter airplane that crashed into the Red Sea floats in the water at the crash scene off the Red Sea resort city of Sharm el-Sheik, Egypt, Monday, Jan. 5, 2004. The charter airplane crashed into the sea early Saturday, killing all 148 people on board. Most of the passengers were French tourists. (AP Photo/Kevin Frayer)/EGYPT PLANE CRASH/0401051710/0401051712

  • AP Photo
    AP20198401_000017
    AP Photo
    01/05/2004

    Egyptian boat crewman displays a piece wreckage from an Egyptian charter airplane that crashed into the Red Sea floats in the water at the crash scene off the Red Sea resort city of Sharm el-Sheik, Egypt, Monday, Jan. 5, 2004. The charter airplane crashed into the sea early Saturday, killing all 148 people on board. Most of the passengers were French tourists. (AP Photo/Kevin Frayer)/EGYPT PLANE CRASH/0401051715/0401051717/0401051717

  • EGYPT PLANE CRASH
    AP20198401_000019
    EGYPT PLANE CRASH
    01/05/2004
    KEVIN FRAYER/AP/SIPA
    Egyptian environmental workers clear debris from wreckage of an Egyptian charter airplane from the Red Sea at the crash scene off the resort city of Sharm el-Sheik, Egypt, Monday, Jan. 5, 2004. The charter airplane crashed into the sea early Saturday, killing all 148 people on board. Most of the passengers were French tourists. (AP Photo/Kevin Frayer)/EGYPT PLANE CRASH/0401051720/0401051722/0401051722

  • EGYPT PLANE CRASH
    AP20198401_000020
    EGYPT PLANE CRASH
    01/05/2004
    KEVIN FRAYER/AP/SIPA
    An Egyptian environmental worker examines a piece of debris from the wreckage of an Egyptian charter airplane from the Red Sea at the crash scene off the resort city of Sharm el-Sheik, Egypt, Monday, Jan. 5, 2004. The charter airplane crashed into the sea early Saturday, killing all 148 people on board. Most of the passengers were French tourists. (AP Photo/Kevin Frayer)/EGYPT PLANE CRASH/0401051840/0401051842

  • EGYPT PLANE CRASH
    AP20198401_000021
    EGYPT PLANE CRASH
    01/05/2004
    KEVIN FRAYER/AP/SIPA
    An Egyptian environmental worker searches for debris from the wreckage of an Egyptian charter airplane from the Red Sea at the crash scene off the resort city of Sharm el-Sheik, Egypt, Monday, Jan. 5, 2004. The charter airplane crashed into the sea early Saturday, killing all 148 people on board. Most of the passengers were French tourists. (AP Photo/Kevin Frayer)/EGYPT PLANE CRASH/0401051840/0401051842

  • EGYPT PLANE CRASH
    AP20198401_000022
    EGYPT PLANE CRASH
    01/05/2004
    KEVIN FRAYER/AP/SIPA
    Egyptian environmental workers use a net to clear debris from the wreckage of an Egyptian charter airplane from the Red Sea at the crash scene off the resort city of Sharm el-Sheik, Egypt, Monday, Jan. 5, 2004. The charter airplane crashed into the sea early Saturday, killing all 148 people on board. Most of the passengers were French tourists. (AP Photo/Kevin Frayer)/EGYPT PLANE CRASH/0401051840/0401051842

  • EGYPT PLANE CRASH
    AP20198401_000018
    EGYPT PLANE CRASH
    01/05/2004
    KEVIN FRAYER/AP/SIPA
    Egyptian environmental workers clear debris from wreckage of an Egyptian charter airplane from the Red Sea at the crash scene off the resort city of Sharm el-Sheik, Egypt, Monday, Jan. 5, 2004. The charter airplane crashed into the sea early Saturday, killing all 148 people on board. Most of the passengers were French tourists. (AP Photo/Kevin Frayer)/EGYPT PLANE CRASH/0401051720/0401051722

  • *FILE * French robot 'Achille'.
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    *FILE * French robot 'Achille'.
    01/05/2004
    COMEX/SIPA
    French robot 'Achille' arrive at Sharm el-Sheik's Eastern Harbor Monday, Jan . 5, 2004, where it will start working in the Red Sea to locate the crash pl ane underwater. A charter airliner carrying 148 people, mostly French touris ts, crashed into the sea shortly after takeoff Saturday, Jan. 3, 2004. "more details" could be obtained on the location of the wreck when various equipm ent, including a tiny submarine robot, are deployed. French officials said the robot, which...

  • *FILE * French robot 'Achille'.
    00486797_000003
    *FILE * French robot 'Achille'.
    01/05/2004
    COMEX/SIPA
    French robot 'Achille' arrive at Sharm el-Sheik's Eastern Harbor Monday, Jan . 5, 2004, where it will start working in the Red Sea to locate the crash pl ane underwater. A charter airliner carrying 148 people, mostly French touris ts, crashed into the sea shortly after takeoff Saturday, Jan. 3, 2004. "more details" could be obtained on the location of the wreck when various equipm ent, including a tiny submarine robot, are deployed. French officials said the robot, which...

  • *FILE * French robot 'Achille'.
    00486797_000006
    *FILE * French robot 'Achille'.
    01/05/2004
    COMEX/SIPA
    French robot 'Achille' arrive at Sharm el-Sheik's Eastern Harbor Monday, Jan . 5, 2004, where it will start working in the Red Sea to locate the crash pl ane underwater. A charter airliner carrying 148 people, mostly French touris ts, crashed into the sea shortly after takeoff Saturday, Jan. 3, 2004. "more details" could be obtained on the location of the wreck when various equipm ent, including a tiny submarine robot, are deployed. French officials said the robot, which...

  • *FILE * French robot 'Achille'.
    00486797_000002
    *FILE * French robot 'Achille'.
    01/05/2004
    COMEX/SIPA
    French robot 'Achille' arrive at Sharm el-Sheik's Eastern Harbor Monday, Jan . 5, 2004, where it will start working in the Red Sea to locate the crash pl ane underwater. A charter airliner carrying 148 people, mostly French touris ts, crashed into the sea shortly after takeoff Saturday, Jan. 3, 2004. "more details" could be obtained on the location of the wreck when various equipm ent, including a tiny submarine robot, are deployed. French officials said the robot, which...

  • EGYPTIAN FLASH AIRLINES PLANE CRASH
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    EGYPTIAN FLASH AIRLINES PLANE CRASH
    01/06/2004
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    *FILE* EGYPTIAN HIDIR ABDULLAH, CHIEF PILOT OF THE ILL-FATED BOEING 737 FLAS H AIRLINES CHARTER FLIGHT FSH604 THAT PLUNGED INTO THE RED SEA ON TAKE-OFF FROM SHARM EL-SHEIK SATURDAY MORNING JAN. 3, 2004. ALL 148 PERSONS ABOARD DIED IN THE CRASH, INCLUDING 133 FRENCH TOURISTS. ABDULLAH, A FORMER GENERA L IN THE EGYPTIAN ARMY, SERVED AS A PILOT IN THE WAR (1970-1973) WITH ISRAE L.

  • MIDEAST EGYPT PLANE CRASH
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    MIDEAST EGYPT PLANE CRASH
    01/06/2004
    AMR NABIL/AP/SIPA
    An Egyptian Navy boat, a French helicopter and French Atlantique plane, whose sensors could locate the crash plane, scan the site of a crash off the coast of Sharm el-Shiekh as they look for its black box Tuesday, Jan.6, 2004. A charter jet carrying 148 people - mostly French tourists - crashed on Jan.3 into the Red Sea shortly after taking off. (AP Photo/Amr Nabil)/MIDEAST EGYPT PLANE CRASH/0401061935/0401061948

  • MIDEAST EGYPT PLANE CRASH
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    MIDEAST EGYPT PLANE CRASH
    01/07/2004
    AMR NABIL/AP/SIPA
    Environmental workers clean the coast of Ras Mohammed International natural reserve Wednesday, Jan. 7, 2004, one of Egypt's most visited areas in Southern Sinai, near the site where a charter jet carrying 148 people - mostly French tourists - crashed on Jan. 3 into the Red Sea shortly after taking off. (AP Photo/Amr Nabil)/MIDEAST EGYPT PLANE CRASH/0401071110/0401071112

  • MIDEAST EGYPT PLANE CRASH
    AP20198782_000001
    MIDEAST EGYPT PLANE CRASH
    01/07/2004
    AMR NABIL/AP/SIPA
    Environmental workers clean the coast of Ras Mohammed International natural reserve Wednesday, Jan. 7, 2004, one of Egypt's most visited areas in Southern Sinai, near the site where a charter jet carrying 148 people - mostly French tourists - crashed on Jan. 3 into the Red Sea shortly after taking off. (AP Photo/Amr Nabil)/MIDEAST EGYPT PLANE CRASH/0401071110/0401071112

  • MIDEAST EGYPT PLANE CRASH
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    MIDEAST EGYPT PLANE CRASH
    01/07/2004
    AMR NABIL/AP/SIPA
    Environmental workers clean the coast of Ras Mohammed International natural reserve Wednesday, Jan. 7, 2004, one of Egypt's most visited areas in Southern Sinai, near the site where a charter jet carrying 148 people - mostly French tourists - crashed on Jan. 3 into the Red Sea shortly after taking off. (AP Photo/Amr Nabil)/MIDEAST EGYPT PLANE CRASH/0401071115/0401071117

  • Orly airport: Relatives of French tourists killed in charter jet crash on th
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    Orly airport: Relatives of French tourists killed in charter jet crash on th
    01/07/2004
    NIKO/SIPA
    President Chirac at Orly airport where he met relatives of the French victim s of Saturday's Egyptian charter jet crash, in which 148 people died, arrive at Orly airport, south of Paris, Wednesday, Jan. 4, 2004, on their way to v isit the crash site at the Egyptian resort of Sharm el-Sheik. Two services w ill be held for the families on Thursday, a religious one on land and a cere mony at sea in the area where the plane dropped Aeroport d'Orly-Pavillon d'h onneur: départ de...

  • EGYPT FRANCE PLANE CRASH
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    EGYPT FRANCE PLANE CRASH
    01/07/2004
    PATRICK BAZ/AP/SIPA
    French Navy divers using an inflatable boat collect debris from the Red Sea off Sharm El-Sheik, Wednesday, Jan, 7, 2004. The French Navy has been helping in the recovery of items from the Egyptian airliner that crashed on Saturday in the Red Sea killing 148 people, mainly French tourists. (AP Photo/Patrick Baz/pool)/EGYPT FRANCE PLANE CRASH/POOL/0401071910/0401071913

  • EGYPT FRANCE PLANE CRASH
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    EGYPT FRANCE PLANE CRASH
    01/07/2004
    PATRICK BAZ/AP/SIPA
    French Navy divers using an inflatable boat collect debris from the Red Sea off Sharm El-Sheik, Wednesday, Jan, 7, 2004. The French Navy has been helping in the recovery of items from the Egyptian airliner that crashed on Saturday in the Red Sea killing 148 people, mainly French tourists. (AP Photo/Patrick Baz/pool)/EGYPT FRANCE PLANE CRASH/POOL/0401071910/0401071913

  • EGYPT FRANCE PLANE CRASH
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    EGYPT FRANCE PLANE CRASH
    01/07/2004
    PATRICK BAZ/AP/SIPA
    A French Navy officer carries a bag full of debris as he steps out from a boat in Sharm El-Sheik, Wednesday, Jan, 7, 2004. The French Navy has been helping in the recovery of items from the Egyptian airliner that crashed on Saturday in the Red Sea killing 148 people, mainly French tourists. (AP Photo/Patrick Baz/pool)/EGYPT FRANCE PLANE CRASH/POOL/0401071855/0401071857

  • EGYPT PLANE CRASH
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    EGYPT PLANE CRASH
    01/08/2004
    AMR NABIL/AP/SIPA
    Relatives throw flowers into the Red Sea during a memorial service on deck of the French supply ship " Somme" near Sharm El-Sheik, Egypt Thursday Jan. 8, 2004. Relatives gathered to honor the 148 victims who died when a charter airplane crashed into the Red Sea shortly after taking-off early Saturday. (AP Photo/Amr Nabil)/EGYPT PLANE CRASH/0401081405/0401081407

  • EGYPT PLANE CRASH
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    EGYPT PLANE CRASH
    01/08/2004
    ERIC FEFERBERG/AP/SIPA
    Relatives and crew gather during a memorial service on the deck of the French supply ship " Somme" near Sharm El-Sheik, Egypt Thursday Jan. 8, 2004. Relatives gathered to honor the 148 victims who died when a charter airplane crashed into the Red Sea shortly after taking-off early Saturday. (AP Photo/Eric Feferberg/Pool)/EGYPT PLANE CRASH/POOL/0401081800/0401081802

  • EGYPT FRANCE PLANE CRASH
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    EGYPT FRANCE PLANE CRASH
    01/08/2004
    HOSAM MUSTAFA/AP/SIPA
    Unidentified French relatives react as they attend a memorial service Thursday, Jan. 8, 2004, at the Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheik, Egypt . A memorial service held for the victims of the charter jet, carrying 148 people - mostly French tourists - which crashed on Jan. 3 into the Red Sea shortly after taking off. (AP Photo/Hosam Mustafa)/EGYPT FRANCE PLANE CRASH/0401081805/0401081807

  • EGYPT: memorial dedicated to Flash Airlines crash victims
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    EGYPT: memorial dedicated to Flash Airlines crash victims
    01/09/2004
    STEVENS FREDERIC/SIPA
    January 9, 2004 - A Memorial was built on a hillside in the Red Sea resort c ity of Sharm el-Sheik to honor the 148 victims who died when the Flash Airli nes plane crashed into the Red Sea early Saturday January 3, 2004....