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NATO is prepared to step up support for Turkey and warned Russia against escalating its campaign in neighboring Syria, as U.S. officials said some Russian missiles intended to hit Syrian rebels fell short, landing in Iran.

The events on Thursday underscored the worsening of regional tensions as Russia flexed its muscles in its first military campaign outside the former Soviet Union in three decades.

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