Reuters is reporting that now a Russian military helicopter is down, apparently by a group fighting the Syrian government in Syria:BEIRUT - Syrian fighters fired at a Russian helicopter forcing it to make an emergency landing in a nearby government-held area in Syria's Latakia province on Tuesday, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.A Syrian insurgent group, recipient of U.S. Tow missiles, said its fighters hit the helicopter with an anti-tank missile.
Russia will have to resort to electronic warfare in Syria to protect its pilots and prevent incidents similar to the downing of Russia’s Su-24 jet on Tuesday, according to Lieutenant-General Evgeny Buzhinsky; they will include both ground-based systems and equipment installed on special aircraft.
Muscovites are outraged by the shooting down of Russian SU-24 on an anti-terrorist mission over Syria. People discuss it in homes, on public transport and in cafés.Russians feel betrayed. They thought Turkey was a friend, one of the first countries to fly civilian planes to Crimea after it reunited with Russia, and a favorite Russian holiday destination.
The leaders of all countries should consider the potential dangers of war games and do whatever it takes to prevent the escalation of the world's most hazardous conflicts, according to Robert Farley, a senior lecturer on diplomacy for the University of Kentucky.
Turkey has been consistent in pursuing its own agenda: to pretend to be fighting ISIS while settling scores with one of the two parties that are actually capable of fighting ISIS on the ground – the Kurds, says Foreign Affairs Editor Srdja Trifkovic.
Turkey has entered the war on the side of the Islamic State, the Vice President of the Italian Senate Roberto Calderoli said after a Russian Su-24 jet was downed over Syria with an air-to-air missile launched by a Turkish F-16 fighter.
Moscow plans to suspend military cooperation with Ankara after the downing of a Russian bomber by Turkish air forces, Russian General Staff representatives said on Tuesday. Further measures to beef up Russian air base security in Syria will also be taken.
The Russian Air Force should continue its efforts to close the Jarabulus-Afrin corridor in northern Syria, despite the latest Turkish provocation, Bangkok-based geopolitical analyst Tony Cartalucci stresses.
In shooting down a Russian jet operating over Syria, Turkey’s nefarious role in the Syrian conflict has intensified. It also presents a damning indictment of the West's seriousness in confronting extremism and terrorism.
A video has emerged showing the shocking moments when a car carrying two RT reporters was nearly hit by a guided anti-tank missile in Syria. The reporters sustained various injuries and said they escaped heavier injuries only thanks to their body armor.
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