An analysis of black boxes from the Russian plane that crashed in Egypt point to a bomb on board the aircraft, a source close to the probe said Friday.
The flight data and voice recorders showed "everything was normal" until both failed at 24 minutes after takeoff, pointing to "a very sudden explosive decompression."
The data "strongly favours" the theory of a bomb on board, the source said.
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