Turkey's Erdogan warns Russia after airspace incursion

A bomb is dropped from a Russian Su-24M bomber during an airstrike in Syria in this image taken from video on the Russian Defence Ministry's website on October 5, 2015Turkey’s Recep Tayyip Erdogan warned Moscow against taking “undesirable steps” following accusations Russia deliberately violated Turkish air space in its bombing campaign in Syria. Russian fighter jets entered Turkish air space in two separate incidents at the weekend, prompting Ankara to summon the Russian ambassador twice to protest both violations. Meanwhile, the Turkish military has said its fighter jets were harassed by a MIG-29 plane from an unidentified country close to Syria on Sunday and Monday.

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