Turkish embassy trashed in Moscow
The embassy of Turkey in Russia was trashed on Wednesday as protesters hurled stones, eggs and paint in anger over downed Russian jet.
Few picketers gathering outside the embassy building in Moscow carried signs that read: "Turkey, you stabbed us in the back" and "Hands off Syria". This happened a day after one of Turkey's F-16 jets shot down a Russian Su-24 warplane that breached Turkish airspace.
A Russian pilot and a rescuer were killed. A second Russian pilot was rescued and safely returned to Russia's airbase in a government-controlled area in Syria early Wednesday.