UPDATE: The State Dept. says the plane was not shot down. Unclear how it went down at the moment.
Isis terrorists shot down a warplane on Wednesday believed to be from the U.S.-led coalition over Syria and captured its pilot. The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the aircraft was shot down near the northern city of Raqqa, the Islamic State group’s de facto capital. The Observatory said the warplane was part of the U.S.-led coalition, adding that the captured pilot is an Arab. Another group, the Raqqa Media Center, that covers areas under ISIS control in Raqqa claimed that the pilot is Jordanian.