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A plane carrying 176 people crashed times after takeoff in Iran on January 8, killing everyone on board. Multiple report outlets on Thursday, quoting US intelligence officials, reported that an Iranian surface-to-air missile system had likely shot down the flight by coincidence. Iran liberated a statement late Friday claiming responsibility for downing the plane, citing “human error.” It said that the plane flew closely connected to a sensitive military site and was mistaken for security threats. Ukraine’s delegation in Tehran appeared to delete an earlier proclamation that entirely rejected the idea of terrorism or a rocket onslaught, replacing it with one that says the cause is unknown and be monitored. The Ukraine International Airlines airplane was three years old and has only been tested. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories .
A Ukraine International Airlines airplane gate-crashed in Iran early Wednesday morning, killing all 176 people on board in what US intelligence sources said Thursday was likely due to an Iranian missile.
Multiple reports wrote Thursday quoth unnamed US officials who said the incident was most likely an accident, since anti-aircraft systems were in place at the time of the accident. The Pentagon did not confirm the reports to Insider.See the rest of the tale at Business Insider
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