Did a bomb blow that Russian plane out of the sky over the Egyptian desert? Russia has said yes, but Egypt isn't so sure.
FOX News' Jessica Golloher reports:
Egypt's Chief Investigator says the preliminary review into the downing of the Russian metro-jet over the Sinai Peninsula showed there wasn't any evidence indicating foul play.
The vaguely worded statement also adding there has been no sign, as of yet, of any illegal act and the investigation continues. The airbus broke apart in mid-air in October killing everyone on board. The Kremlin says a bomb brought the jet down.
The U.S. and Britain also maintaining an explosive device is most likely the cause of the crash. ISIS has claimed responsibility.
In the Mid-East Bureau, Jessica Golloher, FOX News.