Few details gave been released today after the Israeli air force scrambled fighter jets after a small aircraft flew into restricted air space over its nuclear reactor in the southern Negev desert, near Dimona, officials said.
The warplanes intercepted the aircraft and forced it to land at a nearby airstrip, where the pilot were handed over to civilian authorities for investigation, an army spokeswoman said.
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