"News in Washington. I'm Korva Coleman. Fresh anti-government protests have erupted in Tehran after the Iranian government admitted it shot down a passenger plane in last week Iranian police. They didn't use live ammunition although videos have emerged appearing to show bleeding protesters. NPR's Peter Kenyon reports most to those on board. The Ukrainian International Airlines flight were Iranians and demonstrations that had been attacking the US for killing around. Top general quickly turned into cause of death to the a dictator a reference to supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei President Trump said on social media that the US is watching events in Iran closely and stands with the protesters. Iran rejected his comments. Britain's ambassador to Iran was briefly detained near one of the protests before being released. Tehran initially claimed a mechanical failure caused the crash rush before admitting it"