Calls for Calm After Russian Jet is Downed

Russia ratcheted up criticism of Turkey and moved to reinforce its operations in Syria as U.S. President Barack Obama and the NATO military alliance called for an easing of tensions after Turkey shot down a Russian fighter jet. Turkey showed no sign of backing down. “We certainly don’t have any idea to escalate this issue,” though “we will maintain our stance” and protect the country’s airspace, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said in Istanbul Wednesday.

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