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Sunday, 19 June 2016

What we’re tracking on 19 June 2016: Second EgyptAir MS804 black box found

Both the cockpit voice recorder and data recorder for EgyptAir flight MS804 have been found, the investigation officials said, Reuters reports. The voice device had to be salvaged over several stages as it was “damaged,” according to Reuters, but “a specialist vessel owned by Mauritius-based Deep Ocean Search had, however, been able to recover the memory unit.” The device was transferred to representatives from public prosecution and investigators in Alexandria. It could take weeks to finish analysing the recording, the Ministry of Civil Aviation has said.

Thursday will be the longest fasting day this Ramadan, hitting 15 hours and 52 minutes, the National Research Institute of Astronomy and Geophysics said, Ahram Online reported.

When do we eat? Iftar will be at 6:59pm CLT today, while the cut-off for sohour will be at 3:09am CLT, according to Islamic Finder.

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