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US shoots down Syrian fighter plane in retaliation for attack on coalition forces

Raw Story Sunday, 18 June 2017
An American fighter jet on Sunday shot down a Syrian warplane that the US-led coalition said attacked its allies in the fight against the Islamic State group in the war-torn country. The escalation comes as Syria’s six-year-old war becomes ever more complex, with US forces and their allies con...
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News video: Russia Says It Will Target US Planes Entering Certain Parts Of Syrian Airspace

Russia Says It Will Target US Planes Entering Certain Parts Of Syrian Airspace 00:41

Russia has, in response to United States’ forces Sunday downing of a Syrian fighter plane, declared it no longer regards its de-confliction agreement with the U.S. as operable.

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