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Protests in Tehran after Iran admits shooting down plane

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Protests in Tehran after Iran admits shooting down plane

Protests in Tehran after Iran admits shooting down plane

Videos and comments on social media show angry Iranians calling on leadership to resign over plane crash incident.

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