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Live cross: Growing Syria-Turkey tensions?

06-26-2012 22:26 BJT Special Report:Crisis in Syria |

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Turkey has accused Syrian forces of firing at a second Turkish plane which was searching for its downed F-4 fighter jet. The second plane apparently emerged unscathed. Full Story>>

For more on the NATO meeting, let’s cross over to Jack Barton, who is now in Brussels.

Hello, Jack.

Q1: The NATO meeting coincided with a clear warning from Turkey’s prime minister that his country will no longer tolerate Syrian forces operating along the border... could this be seen as another major escalation of the dispute?

Q2: Did NATO specify what options it would consider if there was another attack launched against Turkey, which is of course one of NATO’s member states?


Editor:Zhang Jingya |Source: CNTV.CN

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