World Bulletin / News Desk
The Free Syrian Army (FSA) has shot down a Russian made MIG war jet in Aleppo on Monday.
FSA shot down the MIG war jet with an antiaircraft gun and the plane crashed in Sheikh Najar region after bursting into flames.
The war jet was shot down as it was bombing Aleppo, the Damascus News Network said.
Two pilots ejected from the war jet with parachutes and were taken as prisoners by FSA forces, the network also said.
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