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British rule out sabotage in Iraq crash

The likelihood that hostile fire downed a British transport plane on Jan. 30 in Iraq increased Monday when military officials ruled out sabotage and engine failure in the crash that killed 10 people. An interim report by the Royal Air Force board of inquiry excluded a range of possible explanations, including lightning, collision with another aircraft or cargo exploding in the crash of the Hercules C-130 transport north of Baghdad about a half-hour after polls closed in Iraq’s landmark elections. Full Story

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