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Trudeau says Iranian missile fire may have shot down Ukranian Boeing 737

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Trudeau says Iranian missile fire may have shot down Ukranian Boeing 737

Trudeau says Iranian missile fire may have shot down Ukranian Boeing 737

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says intelligence shows that Iran had shot down the Ukrainian passenger plane with a missile, possibly in error.

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