Syrian forces, which downed a Turkish military jet last week, have fired at another jet looking for the wreckage of the first plane, Al-Arabiya reported on Monday.
The attack ceased after a warning from the Turkish side, and the second plane was not brought down, Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Bulent Arinc was cited as saying by The Telegraph.
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