Turkey shot down a Russian warplane near its border with Syria early this morning. A Sukhoi SU-24 fighter-bomber is reported to have been intercepted by two Turkish F-16 fighter jets after the Russian aircraft was warned ten times that it had violated Turkey′s airspace. The Russians tell a different story, that their plane was not over the border with Syria and was flying at about 6,000 meters. According to the Russians, their aircraft was shot down by Turkish antiaircraft artillery. Reports are that one of the two-man crew of the SU-24 was killed and the other ejected safely, but may have been captured on the ground by Syrian rebels. In Russia, President Vladimir Putin was very angry, calling the incident a ″stab in the back″. He is wondering whose side is NATO on in the war against ISIS as Turkey is a member of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization?