Iran's official IRNA news agency had published a statement from the military saying the Boeing 737 was mistaken for a "hostile plane."
Investigators are pursuing several possibilities, including engine failure, a missile strike or an act of terror.
Thousands of camels and feral horses are being culled over a five-day period in drought-hit South Australia.
Both Canada and the United States called for a full investigation to determine the cause of Wednesday's crash.
Attackers breached heavy security at Camp Simba at dawn but were pushed back and four jihadists killed.
Modi has insisted that his government does not aim to marginalise Muslims with the new law.
Human-animal conflict highlighted again in drought-stricken Zambia as tourists left frozen in fear by three elephants raiding an open dining hall in a tourist lodge in search of food.
On a brief visit to Bagram Airfield outside Kabul, Trump served turkey dinner to soldiers.
ISIS members irrespective of their original nationality might be facing execution by hanging soon.
An SAS team escorted members of the Foreign Office into Syria to rescue three orphan British children born to ISIS parents.
British citizen Aiden James has been given a jail sentence for training with the Kurdish YKK before fighting against the ISIS in Syria.
India and Pakistan remain in conflict over Kashmir, and every month or so you can read about people dying along the border