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Ukraine waits to call Iran plane crash human error

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Ukraine waits to call Iran plane crash human error

Ukraine waits to call Iran plane crash human error

Ukraine's foreign minister said on Tuesday it was too soon to blame human error for the shooting down of a Ukrainian passenger airliner near Tehran in January.

That's in contrast to what Iran has already said about the disaster.

Adam Reed reports.


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