Putin’s warplanes roar near United States; Second Russian dare in less than a week

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Russia’s Vladimir Putin administration has dared the United States yet again. The joint U.S.-Canadian North American Aerospace Defence Command (NORAD) said that Russian military aircraft have been intercepted near the state of Alaska for the second time.

NORAD said in a statement that four Russian planes, including a TU-95 bomber and SU-30 and SU-35 fighter aircraft, were intercepted on February 14. This is the second time the U.S. has made an interception claim in a week, with the first being reported on February 13.

Russia “routinely” carries out aerial activities in overseas waters in the far east, but the U.S. seems rattled now given the current situation in Ukraine.

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