DUBAI (Reuters) – Iran said on Tuesday it had arrested several undisclosed suspects allegedly responsible for shooting down a Ukrainian passenger plane, when anti-government protests were triggered by The forth day.
FILE PHOTO: A woman chants slogans as she gathers with people to express sympathy for the victims in the Boeing 737-800 plane crash, flight PS 752, in Tehran, Iran on November 11 January 2020. Nazanin Tabatabaee / WANA (West Asia News Agency) through REUTERS
Wednesday, shooting down Ukraine International Airlines Flight 752, killing all 176 people on board, has led to one of the biggest challenges for Iranian clerical authorities since they came to power in Islamic Revolution in 1979.
After days of denying the blame, Iran admitted on Saturday it shot down the plane on high alert, hours after they fired missiles at U.S. targets in Iraq in retaliation. the killing of Iran's strongest military commander.
Protesters, with the leading students, have held protests against the facility since Saturday, some people have encountered a violent police crackdown.
Video from inside Iran showed injured people being carried, pigments in the streets and gunshots. The degree of overall uncertainty is difficult to assess because of constraints to independent reporting.
President Hassan Rouhani promised to thoroughly investigate the Belgian's unforgivable error when he shot down the plane, giving a television address on …
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