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    Turkey-Russia Tensions Rise Again Over New Airspace Incidenti
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    Luis Ramirez
    January 31, 2016 9:37 PM
    Tensions have again risen between Turkey and Russia as Turkey warns of consequences after a Russian warplane violated Turkish airspace on Friday. Russia denies its aircraft entered Turkish airspace, but Turkey and NATO on Sunday said their radars both showed a Russian jet doing just that. VOA Europe correspondent Luis Ramirez reports.

    Turkey-Russia Tensions Rise Again Over New Airspace Incident

    Luis Ramirez

    Published January 31, 2016

    Tensions have again risen between Turkey and Russia as Turkey warns of consequences after a Russian warplane violated Turkish airspace on Friday. Russia denies its aircraft entered Turkish airspace, but Turkey and NATO on Sunday said their radars both showed a Russian jet doing just that. VOA Europe correspondent Luis Ramirez reports.


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    by: Greg from: houston tx
    February 01, 2016 2:33 PM
    When as Russia ever admitted of doing wrong!!
    They still claim they are not involved in Ukraine!!!

    by: Edgardo Perez-De Leon from: West Bloomfield, Michigan
    February 01, 2016 10:27 AM
    This is another false flag to incite tensions toward WW III.