Islamic State has published a picture of what it claims is the bomb used to blow up a Russian passenger plane over Sinai, killing all 224 people on board.
Thousands of Britons remain stranded in Sharm el-Sheikh after rescue flights were forced to turn back in mid-air.
Moscow suspending passenger flights to Egypt after the Sinai air crash, just a day after suggesting Britain had acted prematurely by grounding jets.
The Transport Secretary says most British tourists in Sharm el-Sheikh will be home by this evening; but EasyJet says its planned rescue flights "have been suspended by the Egyptian authorities".
Pro and anti-Sisi demonstrators clash as David Cameron welcomes the controversial leader, who is accused of mass human rights abuses.
David Cameron says it's looking "increasingly likely" the crash was caused by a terrorist bomb. German and Dutch airlines have joined the UK and temporarily stopped flights in and out of the resort.
As Downing Street says that the Russian jet that crashed over Egypt's Sinai peninsula may have been brought down by an explosive device, flights to the UK are delayed to allow further checks.
Transcripts of cockpit recordings from the Metrojet plane which crashed in the Sinai desert with the loss of 224 lives are reported to reveal unusual sounds just before the disaster.
A terrorist attack on the Russian plane which was brought down over the Egyptian desert cannot be ruled out, the Kremlin's spokesman added.