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World leaders scramble to defuse 'monstrous' new crisis over Russia's downed jet: Putin ratchets the tension by dispatching warship to Mediterranean as Moscow expert warns war is 'likely' 

  • Russia warns of 'serious consequences' after Nato country downs Russian military jet for first time since 1953
  • Two pilots were reportedly shot dead by Syrian rebels as they parachuted from burning Sukhoi Su-24 warplane
  • Third Russian said to have died when rescue helicopter was hit with anti-tank missile by another rebel group
  • Russia denied plane had been in Turkish airspace but Nato secretary-general says assessment showed it had
  • A warship has been deployed to the Mediterranean Sea to destroy potential threats to Russian forces in Syria 
  • Britain has declared military back-up is on standby to support Turkey in any revenge attack by Putin's forces 
  • See more of the latest news updates on the downed Russian military jet 

A 'monstrous' new crisis has begun after Turkey shot down a Russian military plane, sparking fears of a war.

Vladimir Putin  has accused the Turks of a 'stab in the back', branding them 'accomplices of terrorists'.

Russia warned the incident – the first time a Nato country has downed a Russian military jet since 1953 – would have 'serious consequences'. And a leading Moscow military analyst said war was 'most likely'.

Putin has broken off any military contact with Turkey in the fight against ISIS and is deploying a warship, with an air defence system, to the Mediterranean Sea. The cruiser will destroy 'any targets representing a potential danger' to Russian forces in Syria.

Its defence ministry also said that Russian bombers carrying out airstrikes in Syria will now be escorted by jet fighters. 

Britain has already declared that military back-up is on standby to support Turkey in any revenge attack by Putin's forces. President Barack Obama also pledged America's support for Turkey following a phone call with Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan.

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Last seconds of doomed warplane: The moment the Russian Sukhoi Su-24 jet was shot down by Turkish F-16 fighter planes yesterday
 

Last seconds of doomed warplane: The moment the Russian Sukhoi Su-24 jet was shot down by Turkish F-16 fighter planes yesterday

Dirigeants du monde se démener pour désamorcer la nouvelle crise de « monstrueux » au-dessus du jet au sol de la Russie : Poutine cliquets la tension en dépêchant des navires de guerre de Méditerranée comme expert de Moscou met en garde contre la guerre est « probable »

 

Russie, met en garde contre des « conséquences graves » après l'OTAN Pays Bas jets militaires russes pour la première fois depuis 1953
Deux pilotes ont été aurait été abattus par les rebelles syriens comme ils ont sauté en parachute de brûlure avion de combat Soukhoï Su-24
Troisième russe serait mort quand l'hélicoptère de sauvetage a été frappé avec missile antichar par un autre groupe rebelle
La Russie a nié avion avait été dans l'espace aérien turc mais Secrétaire général de l'OTAN dit évaluation a montré qu'il avait
Un navire de guerre a été déployé sur la mer Méditerranée pour détruire les menaces potentielles pour les forces russes en Syrie
La Grande-Bretagne a déclaré secours militaire est en stand-by pour soutenir la Turquie dans n'importe quelle attaque de vengeance par les forces de Poutine
Découvrez les dernières mises à jour de nouvelles sur le jet militaire russe abattu

 

Par James Slack et Larisa Brown pour le Daily Mail et Anthony Joseph à MailOnline

 

Publié : 00:18 GMT, 25 novembre 2015 | Mise à jour : 08 h 03 GMT, 25 novembre 2015

 

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Une nouvelle crise « monstrueuse » a commencé après que la Turquie a abattu un avion militaire russe, suscitant les craintes d'une guerre.

 

Vladimir Putin a accusé les turcs d'un 'coup de poignard dans le dos,"leur image de marque « complices des terroristes ».

 

La Russie a averti l'incident la première fois qu'un pays de l'OTAN a abattu un avion militaire russe depuis 1953 aurait de « graves conséquences ». Et un premier analyste militaire de Moscou a déclaré guerre était « très probablement ».

 

Poutine a rompu tout contact militaire avec la Turquie dans la lutte contre ISIS et déploie un navire de guerre, avec un système de défense aérienne, à la mer Méditerranée. Le croiseur détruira « toutes les cibles qui représente un danger potentiel » pour les forces russes en Syrie.

 

Son ministère de la défense a également déclaré que les bombardiers russes effectuant des frappes aériennes en Syrie seront maintenant escortés par des avions de chasse.

 

La Grande-Bretagne a déjà déclaré que sauvegarde militaire est en stand-by pour soutenir la Turquie dans n'importe quelle attaque de vengeance par les forces de m. Poutine. Le président Barack Obama a également promis le soutien de l'Amérique pour la Turquie après un appel téléphonique avec le président turc Tayyip Erdogan.

 

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Dernière secondes d'avion de guerre condamnée : vers le bas au moment où l'avion russe Sukhoi Su-24 a été abattue par des avions de chasse F-16 turcs hier
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Dernière secondes d'avion de guerre condamnée : vers le bas au moment où l'avion russe Sukhoi Su-24 a été abattue par des avions de chasse F-16 turcs hier
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AVERTISSEMENT : Le Président russe Vladimir Putin a accusé les turcs d'un 'coup de poignard dans le dos,"leur image de marque « complices des terroristes »
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AVERTISSEMENT : Le Président russe Vladimir Putin a accusé les turcs d'un 'coup de poignard dans le dos,"leur image de marque « complices des terroristes »

 

Deux pilotes russes ont été abattus par les rebelles syriens comme ils ont sauté en parachute de leur avion de combat brûlante, il a été affirmé hier.

 

Un troisième a été tué au cours d'une mission pour sauver le couple comme un autre groupe rebelle abattu un hélicoptère avec un missile antichar.

 

Déranger les images montre un sang couvert de morts pilote sur le terrain que les combattants hostiles au gouvernement rassemblent scandant "Allahu Akbar" en arabe "Dieu est grand".
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Une autre vidéo semble montrer les forces tir à des pilotes de mitrailleuses après qu'ils avaient éjecté du Soukhoï Su-24, qui avaient été envoyées par deux jets F-16 turc pour avoir violé l'espace aérien du pays. Des coups de feu sont perceptibles, parmi les cris des rebelles: « Ne tirer, nous allons les capturer en otage ».

 

Les rebelles turcs de souche soutenu par la Turquie et combat dictateur Bachar al-Assad, qui a été soutenu par la Russie dit que les pilotes ont été tués alors qu'ils parachuté au-dessus de la Syrie au nord-ouest.

 

Hier soir, la Russie a confirmé la mort d'un seul des pilotes et le membre d'équipage tué au cours de la mission de sauvetage. Séquences sont également apparues des rebelles de tir du missile antichar à l'un des deux hélicoptères envoyés pour sauver les pilotes.
Affichage : Alpaslan Celik (centre), un commandant adjoint dans une brigade turkmène syrien, holding de poignées semble être des parties d'un parachute
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Affichage : Alpaslan Celik (centre), un commandant adjoint dans une brigade turkmène syrien, holding de poignées semble être des parties d'un parachute
Un des pilotes peut être vu parachutisme vers le bas après avoir éjecté de l'avion
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Les brûlures de l'épave
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Entrants : Un des pilotes peut être vu parachutisme vers le bas après avoir éjecté de l'avion (à gauche), que l'épave brûle (à droite)
Incendie : L'armée syrienne libre prétend que c'est le moment ils ont détruit un hélicoptère de l'armée russe qui avait été envoyé sur une mission de recherche et de sauvetage pour sauver les deux pilotes russes du jet qui a été abattu ce matin par la Turquie
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Warning: Russian president Vladimir Putin accused the Turks of a ‘stab in the back’, branding them ‘accomplices of terrorists’
 

Warning: Russian president Vladimir Putin accused the Turks of a 'stab in the back', branding them 'accomplices of terrorists'

Two Russian pilots were shot dead by Syrian rebels as they parachuted from their burning warplane, it was claimed yesterday.

A third was killed during a mission to rescue the pair as another rebel group shot a helicopter with an anti-tank missile.

Disturbing footage shows a dead pilot covered in blood on the ground as anti-government fighters gather chanting 'Allahu Akbar' – Arabic for 'God is great'.

Another video appeared to show forces shooting at the pilots with machine guns after they had ejected from the Sukhoi Su-24, which had been blasted by two Turkish F-16 jets for violating the country's airspace. Gunfire can be heard as one of the rebels cries: 'Don't shoot, let's capture them as hostages.'

The rebels – ethnic Turks backed by Turkey and fighting dictator Bashar al-Assad, who has been supported by Russia – said the pilots were killed as they parachuted over north-west Syria. 

Last night Russia confirmed the death of only one of the pilots and the crew member killed during the rescue mission. Footage also emerged of rebels firing the anti-tank missile at one of the two helicopters sent to rescue the pilots.

On display: Alpaslan Celik (centre), a deputy commander in a Syrian Turkmen brigade, holding handles believed to be parts of a parachute
 

On display: Alpaslan Celik (centre), a deputy commander in a Syrian Turkmen brigade, holding handles believed to be parts of a parachute

One of the pilots can be seen parachuting down after ejecting from the plane
 
The wreckage burns
 

Incoming: One of the pilots can be seen parachuting down after ejecting from the plane (left), as the wreckage burns (right)

Fire: The Syrian Free Army claims that this is the moment when they destroyed a Russian army helicopter which had been sent on a search and rescue mission to save the two Russian pilots of the jet which was shot down by Turkey this morning
 

Fire: The Syrian Free Army claims that this is the moment when they destroyed a Russian army helicopter which had been sent on a search and rescue mission to save the two Russian pilots of the jet which was shot down by Turkey this morning

Destroyed: A rebel spokesman said troops  fired a Tao missile that destroyed the helicopter after it landed and its pilots had left the aircraft
 

Destroyed: A rebel spokesman said troops fired a Tao missile that destroyed the helicopter after it landed and its pilots had left the aircraft

The US-trained Free Syrian Army's First Coastal Division brought down the Russian rescue helicopter on Turkmen Mountain. A video showed a soldier dressed in military fatigues firing a missile, before saying: 'Allahu Akbar.' 

The helicopter, in dense woodland, can then be seen burning in the background. A Russian military spokesman said it was one of two helicopters taking part in the operation. The rest of the crew was taken to the air base used by Russia in Syria.

The area where the Russian warplane went down is mainly populated by Turkmen – Syrian citizens but ethnic Turks – and is the focus of a Syrian government offensive.

Russia denied the plane had been inside Turkish airspace, but Nato secretary-general Jens Stoltenberg said an assessment showed it had.

Turkey said the plane entered its airspace for 17 seconds, despite repeated warnings. It crashed in Syria, 2.5 miles from the border.

As Britain scrambled to respond, Whitehall sources said up to 12 Typhoon warplanes – designed for air-to-air combat – were on stand-by if Turkey requested assistance defending against Russian incursions.

US President Obama and Erdogan spoke by phone yesterday about the need to de-escalate tensions with Russia after Turkey, the White House said
 

US President Obama and Erdogan spoke by phone yesterday about the need to de-escalate tensions with Russia after Turkey, the White House said

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull today said the potential repercussions of the incident is 'a matter of great concern'
 

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull today said the potential repercussions of the incident is 'a matter of great concern'

Flight: This map shows the route of the Russian jet (shown in red), based on data released by the Turkish government, including where it violated Turkish airspace, and the area in the Turkomen Mountains where it crashed
 

Flight: This map shows the route of the Russian jet (shown in red), based on data released by the Turkish government, including where it violated Turkish airspace, and the area in the Turkomen Mountains where it crashed

This image released by the Turkish Army reportedly shows the flight radar tracking the movement of the downed Russian Sukhoi Su-24 jet (in red), showing where it entered Turkish air space and where it went down. The blue line illustrates the Turkish border with Syria
 

This image released by the Turkish Army reportedly shows the flight radar tracking the movement of the downed Russian Sukhoi Su-24 jet (in red), showing where it entered Turkish air space and where it went down. The blue line illustrates the Turkish border with Syria

U.S. President Obama and Erdogan spoke by phone yesterday about the need to de-escalate tensions with Russia after Turkey, the White House said.

Obama expressed 'U.S. and NATO support for Turkey's right to defend its sovereignty,' a statement read.

It added: 'The leaders agreed on the importance of de-escalating the situation and pursuing arrangements to ensure that such incidents do not happen again.'

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull today said the potential repercussions of the incident is 'a matter of great concern'.

He added: 'We call on all parties to exercise restraint in respect of this incident.'  

Australia has six F/A-18A Hornet fighters flying missions against Islamic State militant targets in Iraq and Syria as part of the U.S.-led coalition.

He said there was a memorandum of understanding between the coalition forces and the Russians setting out rules for air operations over Syria 'to avoid incidents like the one we've just seen.'

'We are paying very close attention to that and of course the safety of our personnel.

'It is essential for all of the parties in that increasingly complex conflict to have a high degree of awareness of where each other's military assets are being deployed.'

Turnbull said there was a strong momentum to find a political resolution to the Syrian conflict, notwithstanding the shooting down of the Russian plane.

Celik is seen holding what are said to be parts of a parachute used by one of the pilots who ejected when a Russian jet was blown up
 
A closer look at the handles
 

Handles: Mr Celik is seen holding what are said to be parts of a parachute used by one of the pilots who ejected when the jet was blown up

Ejected: The two pilots of the Russian Sukhoi Su-24 jet can be seen (circled) parachuting down after the plane was hit yesterday
 

Ejected: The two pilots of the Russian Sukhoi Su-24 jet can be seen (circled) parachuting down after the plane was hit yesterday

A UK defence source said: 'Our Typhoons would do exactly what the Turkish jets have done today.

'They would interrogate any aircraft that flew into Turkish airspace, try to find out what they are doing and, if they ignore warnings, send a rocket to take them out.'

Turkish PM Ahmet Davutoglu insisted Turkey had the right to take 'all kinds of measures' against violations of its airspace. 

But, in a phone call, David Cameron urged Mr Davutoglu to hold talks with Russia to avoid escalation.

Mr Putin claimed his military had been targeting Islamic fanatics on the Turkey-Syria border. 

He said: 'Our military is doing heroic work against terrorism but the loss today is a stab in the back, carried out by the accomplices of terrorists.

 
'Proof'? This image accompanied by a video claims to show one of the Russian pilots found dead by Turkmen rebels
 
This still image from a video claims to show Russian pilot Sergei Rumyantsev, whose Sukhoi Su-24 jet was shot down
 

'Proof'? This image (left) accompanied by a video (right) claims to show one of the Russian pilots found dead by Turkmen rebels

'I can't describe it in any other way. We will never tolerate such crimes like the one committed today.'

Sir Michael Graydon, former head of the RAF, said: 'It horrifies me that the Russians were stupid enough to fly either that close to the border or violate the border.

'But of all the tensions in that part of the world was it absolutely necessary to shoot the aircraft down? One aircraft was not going to change the course of history and now it probably will. Shooting down the aircraft has caused a monstrous diplomatic problem.'

One of Moscow's most respected military analysts said war was 'most likely'. Pavel Felgenhauer said Turkey was seeking to protect an area in northern Syria controlled by its allies, the Turkmen.

The analyst said Mr Putin must either accept this zone 'or start a war with Turkey' which it could win only by going nuclear.

DOWNING OF RUSSIAN JET ADDS TO 'TOXIC COCKTAIL' IN THE REGION, A MIDDLE EAST EXPERT HAS WARNED

Turkey shooting down a Russian jet is just proof of the 'toxic cocktail' of dangers in the region which could erupt into crisis with devastating effect, an expert has warned.

Middle East expert Shashank Joshi, from the Royal United Services Institute, said the skies over Syria and Turkey are an 'incredibly crowded airspace', with planes from both nations and members of the US-led coalition against IS - including the UK - operating.

Turkey, a Nato member, has already complained about Russian incursions into its skies and last month the alliance condemned the 'unacceptable violations of Turkish airspace by Russian combat aircraft'.

Mr Joshi said: 'The situation is dangerous because Russia is quite probably deliberately probing Turkish airspace both for military reasons and political reasons.'

The Russians will be testing the military responses of the Nato member, but also carrying out the same 'psychological intimidation' tactics used in the Baltic and North Atlantic, he suggested.

The combination of the crowded airspace, Russian probing tactics and the diplomatic tensions create a 'real toxic cocktail that can easily erupt into crisis', he warned.

Ankara will be 'furious' at the incursion and Russia can expect Nato to strike a 'tough' note, but behind the scenes there will be intense diplomatic efforts to calm tensions.

But if Moscow responds in a provocative way, there is a risk of the crisis escalating.

Mr Joshi warned: 'These things always proceed in a very unpredictable fashion. We have seen how conflicts can begin when there are large alliances.' 

Blast: Footage of Mr Rumyantsev was followed by the release of a second video, claiming to show members of the US-trained Free Syrian Army firing an anti-tank missile and destroying the helicopter sent by Russian forces to rescue the surviving pilot
 

Blast: Footage of Mr Rumyantsev was followed by the release of a second video, claiming to show members of the US-trained Free Syrian Army firing an anti-tank missile and destroying the helicopter sent by Russian forces to rescue the surviving pilot

Shocking: A body said to be that of a Russian pilot shot down over the Turkey-Syria border is surrounded and displayed by armed locals
 

Shocking: A body said to be that of a Russian pilot shot down over the Turkey-Syria border is surrounded and displayed by armed locals

 

Meanwhile, Downing Street last night insisted it would not halt plans for military action against Islamic State in Syria. 

Mr Cameron is due to set out the case for RAF bombing raids tomorrow – with a vote as early as Tuesday.

His spokesman said: 'It doesn't change two important factors, which are the threat posed by Isil to the UK and the need to work in a coalition to be doing more – and the Prime Minister has said he believes in doing more – in Syria.'

She said RAF planes regularly pass through Turkish airspace with permission for air strikes on IS in Iraq, so nothing would change.

Analyst Justin Bronk, of the Royal United Services Institute, said yesterday's incident could lead to cyber-attacks and increased information warfare from Russia.

KURDS, TURKMEN AND SUNNI & SHIA: WHO'S WHO IN A REGION WHICH HAS BEEN TORN APART BY HATE

SUNNI AND SHIA

Islam's two big sects disagree on who should have succeeded the Prophet Muhammad as leader. Syria's population is majority Sunni but it has had a Shia government under President Assad. This is the opposite of Iraq before the Iraq War, when the minority Sunnis, led by Saddam Hussein, governed a Shia majority.

Islamic State is a Sunni group, but many Sunnis have fled areas where it has taken over in Iraq. It is also known as Isis, Isil or Daesh – an Arabic acronym hated by the militants because it has multiple negative meanings including 'bigots who impose their views'.

Sunnis are the majority across the Islamic world. Shiites have majorities in Iran, Iraq and Bahrain, with significant communities in Lebanon, Yemen, Syria, Saudi Arabia and Kuwait.

KURDS

The fourth largest ethnic group in the Middle East are largely Sunni Muslims. They have played a large role in the conflicts in Iraq and Syria, fighting against IS. Turkey has a troubled history with the Kurds, who are a sizeable minority there and have fought for greater rights and in some cases independence.

TURKMEN

Ethnic Turks who have lived in the region of Syria, Iraq and Iran since the 11th century.Backed by Turkey, they are against President Assad and took up arms against his regime soon after the start of the uprising in 2011. Turkey has complained Russian airstrikes have been targeting villages where the group live.



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