Online videos from Tehran show Iranian police and security forces firing both tear gas and live rounds to disperse demonstrators who are protesting against the Islamic Republic's initial denial that it shot down a Ukrainian jetliner
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says it's been gut-wrenching to listen to stories from relatives of 57 Canadians who perished in the downing of a Ukrainian jetliner in Iran last week as he attended one of several memorials across the country on Sunday
Regulators urged airlines to avoid all Iranian airspace after Tehran admitted one of its missiles downed flight PS752 in a "disastrous mistake."
Dramatic scenes from Australia where the fight against wildfires is far from over, and from France where unions took to the streets over pensions.
Iranian cabinet spokesman Ali Rabiei said that such allegations “rub salt on a painful wound” for the families of the victims.
Ukraine International Airlines (UIA) staff paid tribute to their colleagues who died when one of the airline's planes crashed in Iran.
Iran has refused to hand over the black box to the plane's manufacturer, Boeing
Ukraine has confirmed that the victims come from at least seven nations, however Iranian media say that many were travelling on dual passports.
A young Turkish bride-to-be has been killed along with several of her closest friends in a plane crash that killed 11 people.
One scheduled passenger had a lucky escape.
All 66 people on board the Aseman airliner are feared dead, who were travelling from Tehran to the city of Yasuj.