Grief-stricken relatives of passengers killed aboard an airliner shot down by Iran over Tehran last month are grappling in Canada with the daily challenges of long-distance funeral arrangements, empty homes, cars left in driveways and unpaid bills, Reuters reports.
Iran admitted it shot down the Ukrainian airliner by mistake on Jan. 8, killing all 176 people aboard including 57 Canadians. The Canadian government said that 138 people on the flight were headed to Canada as their final destination.
Meisam Salahi’s younger brother Mohsen and sister-in-law Mahsa Amirliravi were passengers who died on the flight.
Salahi, 34, wants to return his brother’s car to …read more
Source:: Middle East Monitor