Turkish jets harassed by Syria missiles, 'necessary response' given -army

By REUTERS
October 12, 2015 13:20

 
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ANKARA - Syria-based missile systems harassed four Turkish F-16 warplanes near the border between the two countries on Sunday, Turkey's military said in a statement on Monday, adding that its units gave the "necessary response."

The military did not specify what that response was, but it was the first time it referred to such a response after around a week of harassment of its jets.


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