IRAN AIMS TO EXAMINE DOWNED PLANE'S BLACK BOXES, NO PLAN YET TO SEND THEM ABROAD

Iran said on Sunday it was trying to analyze the black boxes of a Ukrainian airliner that its military shot down this month, denying a report that a decision had been taken to send the voice and flight data recorders to Ukraine.

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