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Tourists walk at Sharm el-Sheikh on November 7, 2015. Britain moved to repatriate thousands of tourists from Egypt's Sharm (AFP)
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British tourists are seen in Sharm el-Sheikh on November 7, 2015. Britain moved to repatriate thousands of tourists from Egypt's Sharm el-Sheikh (AFP)
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Tourists walk at Sharm el-Sheikh on November 7, 2015. Britain moved to repatriate thousands of tourists from Egypt's Sharm el-Sheikh after warnings a "terrorist bomb" may have brought down a Russian jet that took off from the resort, as several nervous airlines scrapped their flights. (AFP)
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A Russian tourist checks his documents as he sits on a yacht for an excursion at a small port of the Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh, November 7, 2015 (Reuters)
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Tourists walk at a bazaar in Naama bay area in the Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh, November 7, 2015. (Reuters)
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Tourists come back from the beach in the Egyptian resort of Sharm el-Sheikh on November 7, 2015. Britain had on November 4, 2015, suspended (AFP)
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Tourists walk at a bazaar in Naama bay area in the Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh, November 7, 2015. Foreign countries did not heed Egypt (Reuters)
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A young tourist plays at a hotel in the Egyptian resort of Sharm el-Sheikh on November 7, 2015. (AFP )
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Tourists walk at Sharm el-Sheikh on November 7, 2015. Britain moved to repatriate thousands of tourists from Egypt's Sharm el-Sheikh (AFP)
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Luca, a British national, has an Egyptian flag painted on his face in Sharm el-Sheikh on November 7, 2015. Britain moved to repatriate thousands of tourists from Egypt's Sharm el-Sheikh after warnings a "terrorist bomb" may have brought down a (AFP)
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Tourists walk at the walking area of Naama bay in the Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh, November 7, 2015. Foreign countries did not heed Egypt's (Reuters)
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An animator plays handball with tourists in the swimming pool at a hotel at the Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh, November 7, 2015. On Friday (Reuters)
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British tourists are seen in Sharm el-Sheikh on November 7, 2015. Britain moved to repatriate thousands of tourists from Egypt's Sharm el-Sheikh (AFP)
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A Russian tourist carries an Egyptian flag in Sharm el-Sheikh on November 7, 2015. Britain moved to repatriate thousands of tourists from Egypt's Sharm el-Sheikh after warnings a "terrorist bomb" may have brought down a Russian jet that took off from the resort, as several nervous airlines scrapped their flights. (AFP)
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A Russian tourist waves an Egyptian flag in Sharm el-Sheikh on November 7, 2015. Britain moved to repatriate thousands of tourists from Egypt's Sharm el-Sheikh AFP)
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Tourists enjoy the remainder of their holiday in the Egyptian Red Sea resort of Sharm El-Sheikh

A Russian plane crash in Sinai on 31 October killed all 224 people on board and prompted several European countries to suspend flights to and from Sharm El-Sheikh. 

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