Washington (AFP) – A new video has emerged showing two Iranian missiles tearing through the night sky and hitting Ukrainian passenger airplanes, launching the aircraft down in flames and killing the 176 passengers and crew on board.
The projectors were lit 30 seconds apart and explained why the plane's transponder was not working as he had put into the ground – he was disabled at the first strike, before the second hit, the New York Times said t , published the security verification footage Tuesday.
The film shows blurry, a shot from a road in a village four miles from Iranian military site, the plane bound by Kiev and passing around Tehran airport, the Irish Times. Minutes later, the aircraft exploded and fell.
Iran claimed that the West was denying that Boeing 737 was suffering from the missiles.
Tehran came clean on Saturday when the revolutionary Garda commander of aerospace, Brigadier General Amirali Hajizadeh, admitted that the missile had been forgotten by the operator of the International International Airlines plane and opened fire.
The incident occurred when Iran's armed forces were alerted after a missile volley was launched by Iraqi medals while hosting US troops due to the killing of Qasem Soleimani's main troops on January 3rd.
Iran has wanted the disagreement in its handling of the air disaster and the tragedy has brought hundreds of angry protesters, mostly students, on the streets.
New videos distributed on social media aimed to showcase new protests on Tuesday evenings at universities in Teran, as well as fights between the Basij students and the loyalist militia.
The videos could not be verified immediately.
Earlier, AFP correspondents said that about 200 students gathered mostly masked at Tehran University and that they were locked in tight energies with young people from the Basij.
Separately from security forces, the groups finally completed routes.
About 30 people were arrested in the disputes on the air disaster, according to spokesman of the judges Gholamhossein Esmaili.
On Tuesday Tehran said he did his first catches over shooting the plane, although he did not give any details.
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Recent protests were far smaller than the nationwide exhibitions against unsightly fuel price visits in November.
But one commentator said that the most recent rallies showed that there was "very little between the people and the authorities".
"I hope that (police restriction) will continue and that no life will be lost, as this could be a catalyst for more protests," said Mehdi Rahmanian, director of daily refurbished Shargh, with AFP.
In another growing sign of conflict, a group of artists canceled their participation in the Fajr festival each year on the balance of the 1979 Islamic Revolution, according to Hamshahri's newspaper.
President Hassan Rouhani said that Iran's Tuesday judges must "create a special court with a high-ranking judge and many experts … the whole world will be watching."
"Anyone who should be punished must be penalized".
Ukrainian President's office Volodymyr Zelenskyy said that he spoke to chief officer Justin Trudeau in Canada on Tuesday for the third time since the accident occurred, with the latter asking for help from Kiev to contact Iranian authorities for citizens' bodies Canada to be recognized.