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Protesters hurled stones, eggs and paint at the Turkish embassy in Moscow on Wednesday, a day after one of the country's F-16 jets shot down a Russian Su-24 warplane that breached Turkish airspace.
A Russian pilot and a rescuer were killed. A second Russian pilot was rescued and safely returned to Russia's airbase in a government-controlled area in Syria early Wednesday.
Russian President Putin called the attack "stab in the back."
That anger continued on Wednesday when people in Moscow trashed the Turkish embassy. They carried signs that read: "Turkey, you stabbed us in the back" and "Hands off Syria." Some protesters flew paper airplanes at the building, while several others tied neckties to the security fences surrounding the embassy with a note saying, "it is time to chew a tie," a reference to when former Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili was caught chewing his tie as Russian tanks rolled toward Tbilisi in 2008.
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