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Iran plane crash

The announcement from the Tehran government caught Canada off-guard.
A fund has been created to give US$150,000 for each person killed.
A leaked audio conversation is shedding light on the deadly crash.
The campaign is organized by Paramount Fine Foods founder Mohamad Fakih.
Foreign Affairs Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne told his Iranian counterpart that the boxes should go to France or Ukraine.
"Many of the victims were students and professors with bright futures," Doug Ford says.
The former prime minister has been a vocal critic of the Iranian regime.
President Hassan Rouhani is calling for a special court to investigate.
The Transportation Safety Board says Iran has been exceeding requirements for the investigation.
"All Canadians stand with you," the prime minister tells those grieving.