(CNN) — Debris from EgyptAir Flight 804 — which
crashed in the Mediterranean with 66 people
aboard on Thursday — has been found by
Egyptian forces, the military says. Here’s what we
know so far:
— Passenger belongings and aircraft parts were
found 180 miles north of Alexandria, military says.
— Plane swerved sharply then plunged from
37,000 feet to 10,000 feet after entering Cairo
airspace, Greek officials say.


— Cause of crash is more likely terrorism than
technical fault, Egyptian and U.S. officials believe.

— Airbus A320 made stops in Eritrea and Tunisia
prior to taking off from Paris.

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