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Greek and Turkish jets engaged in a dogfight after Turkish aircraft reportedly violated Greek air space nine times.

Jets from the two countries engaged in a brief altercation over the Aegean Sea after six Turkish aircraft, flanked by two others, violated Greek national air space nine times, according to Greek media.

The eight Turkish jets, of which two were armed, were chased away by Greek interceptors.

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    • Turkey’s strongman theocratic leader Erdogan has:

      1) Supported extremist Sunni rebels in Syria, including ISIS, against the Assad regime.
      2) Launched a brutal military campaign against his country’s own Kurdish minority in the east.
      3) Invaded Iraq to attack the Kurds there.
      4) Shot down a Russian military jet which was operating against ISIS forces inside Syria.
      5) Probably conspired with ISIS agents to bomb a huge peace rally in Ankara just before his reelection.

      Yes, he looks pretty warlike to me.

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