Brig. Gen. Mohammed Samir of the Egyptian army put out a statement earlier today that Egyptian jets and naval vessels found “personal belongings of the passengers and parts of the plane debris,” 180 miles north of the Egyptian port city of Alexandria.
If the debris found Friday is confirmed to be from the EgyptAir flight, searchers will turn their focus to recovering the cockpit voice and data recorders in an effort to determine the cause of the tragedy.
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