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An Israeli warplane shot down what is being called a suspicious flying object that flew into the airspace over the Dimona nuclear reactor.
The Israeli media, citing an Israeli military spokeswoman, identified the object shot down by an F-16 jet as an unmanned balloon powered by an engine.
The airspace over the reactor is a no-fly zone.
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Turkey’s prime minister said his country has closed its airspace to Israeli planes.
Recep Tayyip Erdogan confirmed Monday during the G-20 summit in Toronto that the airspace was closed following Israel’s May 31 interception of a Gaza-bound flotilla in which nine passengers, all...