Families of Iran crash victims put lives back together
Amirali Alavi, whose mother Neda Sadighi was killed in the plane downing in Iran last month, poses with his famore
Meisam Salahi looks at a photo of his younger brother Mohsen and sister-in-law Mahsa Amirliravi, who were passmore
Meisam Salahi, 34, wants to return his brother's car to the dealership where it was leased, deal with mortgagemore
Farzad Alavi is reflected in a mirror with a photo of his wife Neda Sadighi at home in Thornhill. For Farzhad more
Amirali Alavi, 27, said he and his father were detained for questioning by U.S. border agents before he was almore
"We haven't even started to deal with the aftermath," added Amirali Alavi, pictured here at a memorial in Toromore
Immigration advocacy groups have criticized detentions of Iranian nationals at the U.S.-Canadian border in themore
Meisam Salahi, whose younger brother Mohsen Salahi and sister-in-law Mahsa Amirliravi were killed, poses at himore
Farzad Alavi, whose wife Neda Sadighi was killed, makes tea at his home in Thornhill. REUTERS/Carlos Osorio
Amirali Alavi serves tea at home in Thornhill. REUTERS/Carlos Osorio
Meisam Salahi smokes a cigarette at his home. REUTERS/Carlos Osorio
Cigarette butts are seen at the home of Meisam Salahi. REUTERS/Carlos Osorio
A photo of Neda Sadighi is seen in the home of Amirali Alavi and Farzad Alavi. REUTERS/Carlos Osorio
Images of Mohsen Salahi and Mahsa Amirliravi, who were killed in the Ukrainian passenger jet shot down in Iranmore
Flowers are seen at the home of Meisam Salahi. REUTERS/Carlos Osorio
Meisam Salahi fills a tea kettle at his home in Richmond Hill. REUTERS/Carlos Osorio
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