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Iceland Claims Russian Bombers Pose Risk to Passenger Flights

Russian military bombers flew close to an Icelandic passenger jet with their transponders switched off, officials in Reykjavik told AFP Monday. Since Russia’s annexation of Crimea in 2014 and the diplomatic fallout between Moscow and Ukraine’s Western partners, Russia has persistently sent its jets into international skies, without warning or signal that it was doing so.
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