Western intelligence agencies see no signs Ukraine airliner was shot down - Canadian source
The initial assessment of Western intelligence agencies is that a Ukrainian airliner which crashed in Iran on Wednesday was not brought down by a missile, said a Canadian security source. © Thomson Reuters Red Crescent workers check the debris from the Ukraine International Airlines plane, that crashed after take-off from Iran's Imam Khomeini airport, on the outskirts of Tehran, Iran January 8, 2020.
Ukraine passenger plane crashes in Iran , killing 176 people – video report. A passenger plane bound for the Ukrainian capital, Kyiv, has crashed a An investigation team was deployed to the site of the crash on the south-western outskirts of Tehran on Wednesday morning, said Reza Jafarzadeh, a civil
A Ukrainian Boeing 737 bound for Kiev from Tehran has crashed after takeoff due to technical Flight radar information showed Ukraine International Airlines flight PS752 abruptly disappearing after Ukraine ’s diplomatic mission in Iran cautioned against premature speculation about the crash .
DUBAI, Jan 9 (Reuters) - Iran called on Canada on Thursday to share its information with Tehran about the Ukrainian plane after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Ottawa had intelligence indicating it was hit by an Iranian missile.
"We are calling on the Canadian Prime Minister and any other government that has information about the crash to hand it over to the investigation committee in Iran," Abbas Mousavi was quoted as saying by state news agency IRNA.
(Reporting by Parisa Hafezi Editing by Chris Reese)
Canada investigators to examine Iran crash wreckage later on Wednesday .
Crash investigators from Canada have visited the site of an Iranian plane disaster in which 57 Canadians died and will examine the wreckage later on Wednesday, Transport Minister Marc Garneau said. © Reuters/CANDACE ELLIOTT Mourners attend a service in memory of the victims of a Ukrainian passenger plane that crashed in Iran The investigators have not yet been granted access to the flight and cockpit recorders, Garneau told a news conference.Iran has issued visas to a team of Canadian officials, including two specialists from the Transportation Safety Board who are in Tehran to probe how and why Iran on Jan.