MOSCOW — Scraps of tantalizing but inconclusive evidence surfaced Tuesday in the fourth day of a tense investigation into the Russian plane that crashed over Egypt’s troubled Sinai Peninsula last weekend, killing all 224 aboard.
Investigators have not yet officially said whether the plane disintegrated in midair over the Sinai, scattering debris over seven square miles of desert, due to a technical malfunction, act of terror, or another reason.
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