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Crashed Russian plane had 214 Russian passengers, three Ukrainians

The Metrojet's Airbus A-321 with registration number EI-ETJ that crashed in Egypt's Sinai peninsula, is seen in this picture taken in Antalya, Turkey September 17, 2015.  REUTERS/Kim Philipp Piskol
The Metrojet’s Airbus A-321 with registration number EI-ETJ that crashed in Egypt’s Sinai peninsula, is seen in this picture taken in Antalya, Turkey September 17, 2015. REUTERS/Kim Philipp Piskol

CAIRO (Reuters) – A Russian passenger plane that crashed in Egypt’s Sinai peninsula on Saturday was carrying 214 Russian passengers and three Ukrainians, the Egyptian cabinet said in a statement.

Out of the total 217 passengers, 138 were women, 62 men and 17 were children, the cabinet statement added.

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