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RAF jets scrambled after Russian jets spotted flying over North Sea

Two RAF fighter jets were scrambled to intercept Russian military jets that were flying over the North Sea, it has emerged. The RAF Typhoons were dispatched from RAF Lossiemouth in Scotland to intercept the two Russia Tu-142 Bear F planes after they were detected near UK airspace on Saturday. The aircraft in question is used in anti-submarine warfare and maritime patrol, according to the RAF, which says it is “essential” to “carefully monitor” their movements while operating close to the UK.

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