Vladimir Putin had accused Turkey of "stabbing Russia in the back" and becoming the "accomplices of terrorists"
'Why did we give this information to the Americans if they did not pass it along to the rest of the coalition?'
Turkish President reveals Vladimir Putin refused to take his phone call after the incident on Tuesday morning
With a range of up to 250 miles, the S-400 could easily strike Turkish targets
Sergei Lavrov assured reporters that Russia would not be going to war with Turkey
Turkey says it warned the pilots at least 10 times to turn around as the plane was approaching Turkish airspace, which Russia denies
The missile cruiser Moskva is one of Russia's two biggest vessels in the Black Sea Fleet
One of the pilots was shot by rebels as he floated to the ground attached to a parachute
It is damaging for Turkey to have bad relations with Russia and Iran, two powerful neighbours close to its borders
Turkey has no interest in the peaceful settlement to the conflict in Syria that world powers are negotiating. As Erdogan gets desperate, he will attempt to bring focus back to Assad
Turkmen are descended from groups who began moving into modern-day Syria during the 10th century
Vladimir Putin has already warned of 'serious consequences' for relations between the two countries
Russian authorities have confirmed the jet was theirs, but denied it was in Turkish airspace
Francois Hollande is in Washington for talks with Barack Obama on the international strategy against Isis today
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