Pentagon, US Intelligence and Iraqi intelligence officials have alleged that the Ukrainian passenger plane which crashed shortly after taking off from Tehran’s international airport on Wednesday January 8, was shot down by an Iranian anti-aircraft missile system.
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US Intelligence officials believe that the Boeing 737-800 jet was shot down by Iran after it detected a radar system being turned on before two missiles were launched.
President Trump who also commented on the crash when asked what could have happened to the Ukrainian International Airlines flight on Thursday January 9, said “someone could have made a mistake on the other side".
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Though Iran has denied that its missile took down the Ukrainian airplane bound for Kiev and also blamed a technical malfunction for the aircraft’s demise, Ukrainian investigators said they would search the wreckage for missile fragments as they refused to rule out a terror attack as a cause of the crash.
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