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Canadian Prime Minister joins plane crash vigil

USATODAY.com Friday, 10 January 2020
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau joined mourners at a vigil for the 176 people killed in a plane crash outside Tehran, Iran. 63 of those who died were Canadian citizens. (Jan. 10)
 
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News video: Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau Promises To 'Pursue Justice And Accountability'

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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau attended the vigil for those killed in an Iraninan plane disaster. According to Reuters, Trudeau told the crowd he would “pursue justice and accountability.” Iran admitted to mistakenly shooting down a Ukraininan airliner, killing 176 people. Fifty-seven...

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