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Smoke was detected before EgyptAir Flight 804 crashed. Does that point to a mechanical malfunction or a terrorist attack?
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EgyptAir Flight 804 dropped out of communication en route to Cairo with 66 people on board. No definitive cause has been determined, but some analysts suspect an act of terrorism.