The United States has resumed surveillance drone flights over the Black Sea region following a Russian fighter jet intercept on Tuesday that led to the downing of a US surveillance drone, two American officials said yesterday. An RQ-4 Global Hawk flew a mission to the region yesterday, the officials said. Pentagon officials have repeatedly stressed

this week the incident would not stop Washington from flying such missions. 

The downing of a US MQ-9 drone was the first direct US-Russian incident since the Ukraine war began, worsening already tense relations between Washington and Moscow as both countries publicly traded blame.

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