Censor.NET reports citing BY24.org
A Russian jet has been shot down by Turkish forces after it flew into the country's airspace, according to yet unconfirmed reports circulating on social media.
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Eyewitnesses saw a large explosion in Huraytan, northern Syria, while three fighter jets were hovering above. One journalist tweeted that three Turkish planes were responding to "mysterious" lock-ons from Mig-29 jets, which are used by Putin's forces. British journalists have contacted the Turkish government and the Russian military, but neither could be reached for comment.
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There is also a strong possibility that, despite the claims of British journalists and Turkish media, the shot down MIG-29 was not Russian, but Syrian.
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