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Ottawa dismisses as 'nonsense' Iran's claim few crash victims were Canadian

Reuters Wednesday, 15 January 2020 ()
Canada on Tuesday dismissed as "nonsense" Tehran's insistence that only a few Canadians died last week when Iran shot down an airliner and demanded full accountability for what it called a horrible crime.
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News video: Trudeau blames 'tensions' for 57 Canadian deaths

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In a TV interview on Monday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said that victims of the Ukrainian airliner shot down in Iran last week would still be alive if there had been no tensions in the region. Eve Johnson reports.

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