TRENTON, Canada 

Responding to Iran’s admission that it “unintentionally” shot down a passenger plane belonging to the Ukraine International Airlines, Canada’s premier Justin Trudeau said his government sought a full investigation into the incident. 

All 176 people, including 57 Canadians, on board the plane were killed in the incident that took place just after takeoff from Tehran on Wednesday.

“We will continue working with our partners around the world to ensure a compete and thorough investigation, and the Canadian government expects full cooperation from Iranian authorities,” Trudeau said.

Of the passengers, 138 were flying from Tehran to Ukraine’s capital Kiev,

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