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Iran airplane shot down: two missiles strike the airplane, photos state

WorldNews Wednesday, 15 January 2020 ()
Iran airplane shot down: two missiles strike the airplane, photos stateThe Ukrainian civil plane shot straight down in Iran on January 8 ended up being struck by two missiles fired from an armed forces base near Tehran, relating to brand-new movie photos introduced Tuesday because of the New york times. These photos, obtained from videos surveillance digital camera and filmed by a cellular phone,...
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News video: Iran admits to accidentally downing Ukraine's Flight 752

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Iran's military on Saturday admitted that its air defense system had shot down Ukraine's Flight 752 by mistake.

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