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  • In the 1980s, the city was noted in coverage related to the 1985 bombings at Narita Airport in Japan and aboard Air India Flight 182, Canada's largest murder case.Duncan, British Columbia-Wikipedia
  • For instance, terrorist groups were responsible for the bombing of Air India Flight 182 over the Irish coast.Aircraft hijacking-Wikipedia
  • However, the botched handling of the Air India investigation and the case in general suffered a setback to Indo-Canadian relations.Foreign relations of India-Wikipedia
  • On April 26, 2005, he was appointed to advise Deputy Prime Minister Anne McLellan on whether or not there should be a government inquiry into the 1985 Air India disaster.Bob Rae-Wikipedia
  • Mulroney's first term was marked by the Air India Flight 182 bombing in 1985, the largest mass killing in Canadian history.Brian Mulroney-Wikipedia
  • The Kanishka Bombing case: On 23 June 1985 Air India's Flight 182 was blown up near Ireland and 329 people died.Research and Analysis Wing-Wikipedia

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