Turkish jets enter Greek air space, again

Turkish jets enter Greek air space, again

A total of 11 Turkish fighter jets violated Greek air space in the central and northeastern Aegean Wednesday, according to Greek defense officials who said there was one dogfight between Greek and Turkish aircraft.

The Turkish jets, 10 of which were flying in formation and one on its own, violated the Athens Flight Information Region six times, officials said, adding that two of the Turkish aircraft were armed.

All Turkish planes were chased off by Greek jets.

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