Iranian officials ‘looted’ cellphones, rings, passports of plane crash victims, Canadian relatives say

Iranian authorities stripped the bodies of plane crash victims in January of jewellery, passports and other personal belongings before returning the remains to their loved ones, three family members charged Tuesday.

The Canadian-based relatives alleged “looting” of bodies was just one part of a nightmarish ordeal for relatives in the wake of Iran’s shooting down of Ukraine International Airlines Flight PS752, they told a virtual news conference.

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