An Iranian commander said 'I wish I could die' after Tehran accepted responsibility for shooting down Ukrainian Airlines flight 752




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An Iranian commander said \'I wish I could die\' after Tehran accepted responsibility for shooting down Ukrainian Airlines flight 752  
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