Egyptian experts start examining black boxes, could take days

By REUTERS
November 1, 2015 15:29

 
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CAIRO- Egyptian analysts have begun examining the contents of two black boxes recovered from a Russian airliner that crashed in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula on Saturday, and said it could take days to retrieve the data.

A Reuters reporter at the civil aviation ministry saw analysts leaving the technical analysis unit who confirmed that they had begun looking at the black boxes.

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