Iran has bulldozed the crash site where a passenger jet came down two days ago, sparking fears of a cover-up after Tehran today denied the West’s ‘big lie’ that Iranian missiles shot down the plane. It comes as Ukraine has been granted access to the plane’s black box flight recorders, Foreign Minister Vadym Prystaiko said on Friday. He added that they were receiving ‘full cooperation’ from the Iranian authorities. Kiev sent around 50 experts to Iran to take part in the probe after the Ukraine International Airlines Boeing 737 went down near Tehran on Wednesday, killing all 176 people on board. The debris of the Boeing 737 has been removed from the crash site near Tehran before Ukrainian investigators have even arrived – leaving the site at the mercy of scavengers. Iran earlier today said that it is ‘opening’ the plane’s black boxes but has indicated it will not allow the US government to analyse their contents. Washington and its allies believe that the plane was shot down by two Iranian surface-to-air missiles which were launched and detected by satellites just minutes after the airliner took off. Footage which emerged last night showed the Ukraine International Airlines jet exploding in mid-air after it… Read full this story
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