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Friday, June 19, 2015

Pictured: The dramatic moment RAF Typhoons intercepted Russian MiG fighters, spy planes and bombers heading towards Nato exercise in biggest act of provocation since the Cold War

RAF Typhoon and MiG-31 FoxhoundBritish warplanes scrambled to intercept nine Russian aircraft within hours after they flew menacingly close to the Baltic States in what was described as the biggest act of provocation since the Cold War.

Moscow sent the world’s fastest supersonic fighter jet, along with spy planes and bombers to ‘snoop’ on Nato war games designed to send a ‘warning to Vladimir Putin’.

A senior RAF source last night told the Daily Mail: ‘We’ve never had a period like this in living memory.’

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