Russia recovers black box of downed jet
Moscow has recovered the black box of the Russian jet, downed by Turkey last month.
And President Vladimir Putin has instructed his defense minister to open it only with foreign experts.
Russian news agencies report that Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu presented the black box to the president during a meeting. Shoigu said the territory where the Russian jet was shot down had been liberated by Syrian special forces, allowing them to recover the black box.
Putin said an analysis would help determine the flight path and position.
But he also warned that no findings could assuage Moscow's anger at Ankara over the incident.
Relations have soured since the downing, and Russia imposed economic sanctions against Turkey.