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Watch Video Officials are still trying to figure out what caused EgyptAir Flight 804 to crash. But more and more evidence appears to be pointing to an explosion onboard. Reports surfaced Tuesday claiming that body parts recovered from the downed flight "confirm" an explosion took place. "Investigators are working on [the body parts] right now.
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