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Trudeau asks for help in dialogue with Iran in plane crash probe: Ukraine

Reuters Tuesday, 14 January 2020
Canadian Prime minister Justin Trudeau has asked for Ukraine's assistance in dialogue with Iran about identifying the bodies of Canadian citizens who died in a plane crash last week, the Ukrainian president's office said on Tuesday.
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