Turkish jets on Wednesday forced a Syrian passenger plane to land in Ankara on suspicion the aircraft might be carrying weapons. Tensions have been heating up between the two countries since five Turkish civilians were killed by Syrian shelling last week, prompting Turkey to fire into Syria. According to reports, military communication devices were confiscated before the plane was allowed to take off hours later
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