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NATO fighter jets intercept Russian planes over Black and Baltic seas

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Allied radars had tracked an unspecified number of unidentified aircraft since Tuesday. Quick reaction fighters from Poland, Denmark, France and Spain made the intercepts. Romanian and British aircraft scrambled from Romania to track aircraft in the Black Sea region. The Russian aircraft never entered alliance airspace, NATO said.
4 months ago·Moscow, Russian Federation

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NATO scrambles fighter jets to intercept Russian planes - CNN Video

NATO fighter jets stationed in both the Baltic and Black Sea regions scrambled "multiple times over the past four days" to track and intercept Russian aircraft near alliance airspace, according to a statement posted by NATO's Allied Air Command. CNN's Barbara Starr reports.

4 months ago·Atlanta, United States
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Washington Examiner

NATO scrambled jets over Baltic and Black seas over Russian aircraft

NATO has been forced to scramble fighter jets stationed near the Baltic and Black seas in recent days to “track and intercept” Russian aircraft near the alliance's airspace.

4 months ago·Washington, United States
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NATO claims intercepting Russian aircraft near alliance’s airspace over past few days

The radars tracked a number of unidentified aircraft over the Baltic and Black Seas since April 26, the statement reads

4 months ago·Moscow, Russian Federation
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Anadolu Ajansı

NATO says it intercepted Russian jets multiple times near alliance airspace

NATO jets in Baltic, Black Sea regions scrambled over past 4 days to defend alliance airspace, says statement - Anadolu Agency

4 months ago·Turkey
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NATO fighter jets intercepted Russian jets in Alliance airspace

NATO radars record several unrecognized aircraft over the Baltic and Black Sea

4 months ago·Kyiv, Ukraine
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NATO fighters intercepted aircraft of the Russian Federation

NATO radars have been tracking a number of unknown aircraft since Tuesday. Fighters rose several times to intercept Russian aviation over the Baltic and Black Sea.

4 months ago·Kyiv, Ukraine
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