It looks like EgyptAir Flight 804 has finally been found.
The flight, which held 66 people, disappeared from radar en route from Paris to Cairo and was presumed to have crashed in the Mediterranean Sea last month.
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A vessel contracted by the Egyptian government spotted multiple wreckage sites, according to an official statement.
The search team and investigators are now working on a map of the wreckage spots to help reconstruct the incident that brought down the A320 Airbus.
[Image via One News.]
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Such a horrendous tragedy.
To recap - last month, the Costa Concordia cruise ship ran aground off the coast of Italy. It was carrying 4,000+ people.
Earlier today, we learned that eight more bodies have been found in
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Well, now you can! And all for the very reasonable price of $61,000!
That's right, in honor of the centenary of the Titanic's 1912 sinking, Deep Ocean Expeditions are now offering the public the opportunity to see the wreckage of the iconic ocean liner, and so far, a London banker and doctor from Missouri have already signed up!
According to expedition leader Rob McCallum:
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