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Ukrainian Boeing 737-800 crashes in Tehran

Ukrainian Boeing 737-800 crashes in Tehran
Follow RT for updates on the crash in Iran of the Boeing 737-800 belonging to Ukraine International Airlines. UIA flight PS752 came down in the early hours of January 8, 2020, minutes after departing Tehran for Kiev, killing all on board, 176 passengers and nine crew; visit RT.com to find expert analysis of what brought down the Boeing the airline says was “one of the best” planes in its fleet. Explanations for the crash changed repeatedly, from initial blame on engine failure, to another mechanical malfunction, to the idea it was hit by a missile - possibly by accident. Get the news from RT on responses from the various countries whose citizens were killed in the crash - Ukraine, Iran, Canada, Germany, the UK, Sweden and Afghanistan. Iran retrieved both ‘black boxes’ and began its investigative work, while Ukraine sent its experts to Tehran to conduct its own probe - find out from RT how the investigation into what brought down the Boeing 737-800 is progressing.