Source Pravda.Ru

Usa Has No Grounds To Link Tu-154 Crash To Terror Attack

The USA has no proofs whatsoever that the crash of a Russian TU-154 plane was caused by a terror act. That is why the George Bush administration believes the airliner could be accidentally hit by a missile fired during a military exercise in Ukraine, reported FOX TV quoting a highranking Bush administration official as saying the above. The White House press secretary, Ari Fleischer, however, came up with a more cautious statement Thursday saying the USA has not yet received any additional reports and cannot point to terrorism as the cause of the Tu-154 crash, according to FOX TV.

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