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U.S. fighter jet has close call with Iranian passenger plane

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Iranian state media reported that an American F-15 fighter jet came close to an Iranian airliner forcing its pilot to descend rapidly. The U.S. says the American jet was over a half mile away from the Iranian aircraft doing a brief visual inspection “in accordance with international standards.”