British Typhoons scrambled from Romania to shadow Russian jets

LONDON- Britain said two Royal Air Force (RAF) Typhoon jets were scrambled from Romania to investigate suspected Russian fighter aircraft operating near NATO airspace over the Black Sea.
The typhoons took off from a Romanian base near Constanta to shadow the two suspected Russian Su-30 Flanker aircraft, the RAF said in a statement.
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