Iran's first vice president appointed president by supreme leader after helicopter crash kills Raisi

Iran's supreme leader has appointed First Vice President Mohammad Mokhber as country's acting president after a helicopter crash killed President Ebrahim Raisi.

Ebrahim Raisi (L),Mohammad Mokhber (R)
Ebrahim Raisi (L),Mohammad Mokhber (R)

Dubai | Iran's supreme leader has appointed First Vice President Mohammad Mokhber as country's acting president after a helicopter crash killed President Ebrahim Raisi.

Ayatollah Ali Khamenei made the announcement in a condolence message he shared for Raisi's death in the crash Sunday. The helicopter was found Monday in northwestern Iran.

Khamenei also announced five days of mourning in the message.

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