Vol A321: un an déjà...

A boy lays candles in front of the foundation stone for a commemorating the 224 people, who were killed in the bombing of a Russian airliner over Sinai, Egypt, in Vsevolozhsk, outside St. Petersburg, Russia, 31 October 2016. An Airbus A321 plane of Russian MetroJet airline in route from Sharm-el-Sheikh in Egypt to St. Petersburg crashed in the Sinai, Egypt, on 31 October 2015, killing all 224 people on board.

A boy lays candles in front of the foundation stone for a commemorating the 224 people, who were killed in the bombing of a Russian airliner over Sinai, Egypt, in Vsevolozhsk, outside St. Petersburg, Russia, 31 October 2016. An Airbus A321 plane of Russian MetroJet airline in route from Sharm-el-Sheikh in Egypt to St. Petersburg crashed in the Sinai, Egypt, on 31 October 2015, killing all 224 people on board.

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Saint-Pétersbourg, Russie. Un an s'est écoulé depuis la catastrophe tragique qui a emporté la vie de 224 personnes. Le 31 octobre 2015, une bombe a explosé à bord d'un Boeing A321 reliant Charm el-Cheikh à Saint-Pétersbourg.

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