EgyptAir Crash: Would-be Passenger Describes How ‘Lucky’ He Was to Miss Flight

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A would-be passenger of EgyptAir flight MS804 said he was happy to be “lucky” enough to not board the flight.  Mounir Namour had purchased a...

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