Turkey shoots down a Russian plane in the Syrian borders

The Turkish army took down a military Russian for trespassing their air space “in accordance with the rules of engagement”.
“Two F-16s on patrol had fired on an unidentified aircraft at 09:24 (07:24 GMT) after warning it 10 times over five minutes about violating Turkish airspace over the town of Yayladagi, in Hatay province” Turkish government informed.
On the other hand, the Ministry of Defence, said that an SU-24 from their Air Force was shot down in the ‘turkmen mount’ on Syria’s side of the border.
Turkey had shot down a Syrian helicopter for violating their borders. Back then the Turkish Prime Minister Davutoglu had warned that even if a pigeon violated the Turkish borders, they would adopt the necessary measures.

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