Russian FSB Offers $50 Million Reward For Information On The Sinai Plane Terrorists

Russian FSBRussia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) on Tuesday November 17, 2015 announced a $50 Million for any information that would lead to the arrest of the terrorists that brought down the A321 Russian plane in Sinai and killing 224 people.

The plane was brought down in the mountainous Wadi al-Zolomat of Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula by the Islamic State branch in Egypt on 31st October in retaliation to Russian airstrikes on Islamic State in Syria.

The FSB appealed to the public to come forth with any information that could help identify the perpetrators to book through their website.

Read Also:  KDF Fighter Jets Pound Two Al-Shabaab Camps in Southern Somalia
Written By
More from Goldberg

Major Tourism Boost As Kenya Opens English Point Marina; First Marina Between Cairo And Cape Town

Event: Kenya’s President Uhuru Kenyatta on Tuesday January 12th 2016 opened a...
Read More