The Syrian jet apparently was on mission against rebel forces and crossed into Israeli airspace.
Photos from around the region
Nearly 100,000 Syrian Kurds have crossed into Turkey in the past three days.
The United States launches airstrikes against targets in Syria.
Oil-rich Kurdistan region is shaken by Islamic State threat and an economic crisis fueled by budget disputes and corruption.
The secretary of state discussed ways to bolster the stability of the new Iraqi government and combat the Islamic State.
Kurdish pesh merga fighters, Iraqi soldiers and Shiite militiamen take one town and free another from besiegement by militants
Government forces and Shiite militias launch counterattack to reclaim territories taken by the militants.
Hamas and Israel have agreed to an open-ended cease-fire after 50 days of warfare that has killed more than 2,200 people.
Many who had been trapped at risk of death fled to Syria and now are in safer areas in Iraq.
These frontline communities in Israel, devoid of usual residential life, resemble ghost towns.
Militants in Gaza broke a temporary cease-fire by launching rockets at Israel on Tuesday, and Israel responded with airstrikes.
An Iranian plane crashed Sunday while taking off near the capital, killing dozens of people, state media reported.
After being stranded on Mount Sinjar for almost a week and then walking 12 miles to Syria, some were able to return to Iraq.
The strikes continued even after condemnation for the shelling of a U.N.-run school sheltering Gaza evacuees.
Backed by artillery shells and airstrikes, assault continues.
Demonstrators in India, Venezuela and other countries rally against the continued bloodshed in the region.
The military hit more than 100 sites overnight in a campaign aimed at stopping rocket fire from the region.