Iranian Officials Indicted In Shooting Down Of Ukrainian Plane
Iran initially denied being involved in January, then admitted its military mistakenly shot down the plane, killing 176 people.
Ten officials have been indicted in Iran over the shoot down of a Ukrainian passenger plane.
You might remember from last January, Iran initially denied being involved, then admitted its military mistakenly shot down the plane – killing 176 people.
Iran released a report last month that blamed human error, but didn't name anyone responsible.
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