US reconnaissance planes ESCORTED over Black Sea’s neutral waters by Russian fighter jets

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A Russian Su-27 and Su-30 were obliged to shepherd a pair of US RC-135 and CL-600 Artemis reconnaissance aircraft that came too close to Russia’s borders back into neutral territory.

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