A Syrian fighter jet has crashed in flames in disputed circumstances as rebels claimed to have shot down a government jet in the same area only hours earlier.
State media said technical problems had caused the crash in eastern Syria and a search was underway for the pilot who had ejected from the aircraft during a "regular training mission".
However, a video from the Syrian rebels purports to show they had captured the pilot who ejected from the plane.
The authenticity of the video shown on the pan-Arab network Al-Arabiya could not be independently confirmed. But it comes amid conflicting accounts over the MiG fighter.
ITV News' Middle East correspondent John Ray reports:
In the video, the man believed to be the pilot says:
ITV News cannot independently verify the content or location of the footage.
If the rebel claims are true, it could mark a significant jump in their ability to combat widening air attacks from President Bashar Assad's forces.
Later today, foreign ministers at a meeting of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) agreed that Syria should be suspended from the international body, an OIC source said.