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World New footage shows Iranian missiles hitting Ukraine plane

08:05  15 january  2020
08:05  15 january  2020 Source:   msn.com

Video Shows Ukrainian Plane Being Hit Over Iran

  Video Shows Ukrainian Plane Being Hit Over Iran Video verified by The New York Times appears to show an Iranian missile hitting a plane above Parand, near Tehran’s airport, the area where a Ukrainian airliner stopped transmitting its signal before it crashed on Wednesday. Video verified by The New York Times appears to show an Iranian missile hitting a plane above Parand, near Tehran’s airport, the area where a Ukrainian airliner stopped transmitting its signal before it crashed on Wednesday.

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New video footage has emerged showing two Iranian missiles tearing through the night sky and hitting a Ukrainian passenger plane , sending the The office of Ukraine 's President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said he spoke to Canada's premier Justin Trudeau on Tuesday for a third time since the

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New video footage has emerged showing two Iranian missiles tearing through the night sky and hitting a Ukrainian passenger plane, sending the aircraft down in flames and killing all 176 passengers and crew on board.

The projectiles were fired 30 seconds apart and explain why the plane's transponder was not working as it hurtled to the ground -- it was disabled by the first strike, before being hit by a second, said the New York Times, which published the verified security camera footage Tuesday.

These are the nationalities of the 176 people killed in the Ukraine International Airlines crash in Iran

  These are the nationalities of the 176 people killed in the Ukraine International Airlines crash in Iran The nationalities of the 176 people killed in a crash involving a Ukraine International Airlines plane in Iran have been announced by Ukrainian authorities. The Boeing 737-800 plane crashed shortly after take-off from Tehran's Imam Khomeini International Airport Wednesday morning local time.Everyone on board the flight was killed.There were 82 Iranian citizens, 63 Canadians, and 11 Ukrainians on board, as well as citizens from Sweden, Afghanistan, Germany, and the UK, according to Ukraine's foreign minister.Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.

The New York Times has obtained video of the moment a Ukrainian airliner was hit minutes after takeoff from Tehran. Video verified by The New York Times appears to show an Iranian missile hitting a plane near Tehran’s airport, the area where a Ukrainian jet crashed on Wednesday, killing

WASHINGTON: New video footage has emerged showing two Iranian missiles tearing through the night sky and hitting a Ukrainian passenger plane , sending the aircraft down in flames and killing all 176 passengers and crew on board. The projectiles were fired 30 seconds apart and explain why the

a close up of a map: Map and details of the path of Ukrainian International Airlines flight PS-752 which crashed shortly after takeoff from Tehran on January 8 © Laurence CHU Map and details of the path of Ukrainian International Airlines flight PS-752 which crashed shortly after takeoff from Tehran on January 8

The blurry film, shot from a rooftop in a village four miles from an Iranian military site, shows the Kiev-bound plane on fire and circling back to Tehran's airport, the Times said. Minutes later, the aircraft exploded and crashed.

a group of people standing in front of a military vehicle: People analyze the fragments and remains of the Ukraine International Airlines plane that crashed outside Tehran © STR People analyze the fragments and remains of the Ukraine International Airlines plane that crashed outside Tehran Iran had for days denied Western claims that the Boeing 737 had been downed by its missiles.

Tehran came clean on Saturday when Revolutionary Guards aerospace commander Brigadier General Amirali Hajizadeh acknowledged a missile operator had mistaken the Ukraine International Airlines plane for a cruise missile and opened fire.

Iran's claims for why it couldn't have shot down a Ukrainian aeroplane aren't adding up

  Iran's claims for why it couldn't have shot down a Ukrainian aeroplane aren't adding up Following multiple reports that Iran was behind the downing Ukraine International Airlines Flight 752, Iran's claim that it wasn't responsible appears to be faltering. An Iranian aviation official claimed it was "scientifically impossible" that their missile hit the plane because the aircraft was flying well short of the more than 30,000 feet at which most commercial aircraft fly. But US and Canadian intelligence sources reportedly obtained evidence showing two surface-to-air missiles from Iran that struck the plane .

The New York Times has verified security camera footage on Tuesday that shows , for the first time, that two missiles hit Ukraine International Airlines Flight 752 on Jan. 8. The missiles were launched from an Iranian military site around eight miles from the plane . The new video fills a gap about why

Iran plan crash: Video shows two military missiles taking down Ukraine plane Security camera video shows for the first time that Ukrainian International The paper also established that the transponder ceased working before that missile hit the plane . The latest footage appears to confirm that the first

a person is walking down the street: An Iranian woman walks beneath a poster outside Amirkabir University honouring the victims of the Ukrainian passenger jet accidentally shot down by Tehran © ATTA KENARE An Iranian woman walks beneath a poster outside Amirkabir University honouring the victims of the Ukrainian passenger jet accidentally shot down by Tehran

The incident happened when Iran's armed forces were on heightened alert after launching a volley of missiles at Iraqi bases hosting US troops in retaliation for the killing of top general Qasem Soleimani on January 3.

Iran has struggled to contain the fallout over its handling of the air disaster and the tragedy has seen hundreds of angry protesters, most of them students, take to the streets.

New videos circulating on social media purported to show fresh protests on Tuesday evening at universities in Tehran, along with clashes between students and Basij militia loyal to the establishment.

It was not possible to immediately verify the videos.

Earlier, AFP correspondents said around 200 mainly masked students gathered at Tehran University and were locked in a tense standoff with youths from the Basij. 

Australia helping plane crash victims

  Australia helping plane crash victims Scott Morrison has intelligence that indicates an Iranian missile downed a Ukrainian jetliner, and the strike may have been unintentional. The evidence indicates the passenger plane was shot down by an Iranian surface-to-air missile, killing all 176 people on board, including at least 63 Canadians.Australia has an embassy in Tehran and is working with the Canadian government to support families of those killed in the crash."We are obviously working closely with the Canadian government ...

Video Purportedly Shows Missile Striking Plane That Crashed in Iran . The footage , first posted on Twitter by user Nariman Gharib, shows a fast-moving object soaring through the night sky before colliding The Times reported the video shows a missile hitting the Boeing 737 bound for Ukraine .

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Kept apart by security forces, the groups eventually parted ways.

Around 30 people have been arrested in the protests over the air disaster, according to judiciary spokesman Gholamhossein Esmaili.

On Tuesday Tehran said it had made its first arrests over the shooting down of the plane, though it gave no details.

- 'Real rift' -

Recent protests have been much smaller than nationwide demonstrations against fuel price hikes that turned deadly in November.

But one commentator said the latest rallies showed there was a "real rift between the people and the authorities".

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"I hope that (police restraint) will continue and that no lives are lost, because this could be a catalyst for more protests," Mehdi Rahmanian, director of reformist daily Shargh, told AFP.

In another sign of growing dissent, a group of artists cancelled their participation in the Fajr festival, held each year on the anniversary of the 1979 Islamic Revolution, according to Hamshahri newspaper.

President Hassan Rouhani said Tuesday Iran's judiciary "must form a special court with a high-ranking judge and dozens of experts... The whole world will be watching."

"Anyone who should be punished must be punished".

The office of Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said he spoke to Canada's premier Justin Trudeau on Tuesday for a third time since the crash, with the latter asking for help from Kiev in liaising with Iranian authorities to help identify bodies of Canadian citizens.  

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Ukranian Airlines Boeing 737 with 180 aboard crashes shortly after take-off from airport in Tehran 'due to technical problems' just hours after missiles were fired at US bases .
A Ukrainian passenger plane carrying 180 passengers and crew has crashed near Tehran. The airliner - said to be a Boeing 737 - went down near Tehran Imam Khomeini International Airport, according to Iranian State TV. An Iran affairs correspondent for the BBC, reported the incident on Tuesday night and said Iranian Fars News Agency reported the plane suffered technical problems then went down minutes after take-off in Tehran. require(["inlineoutstreamAd", "c.

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