Tensions between Turkey and Russia remain high this week in the aftermath of last week's takedown of a Russian jet flying near Turkish airspace.
In the latest development between the two feuding countries, Vladimir Putin is now accusing Turkey of purchasing oil from ISIS.
While hard to prove, this accusation insinuates that Turkey itself is funding the well-known terrorist organization's efforts to kill innocent people living in western countries and in the Middle East.
Turkey is of course vehemently denying the accusations, as the Turkish president said he would resign if anyone could prove that the accusations were true.
While Turkey didn't seem to have a premeditated motive for last week's attack, some people are now theorizing that it ISIS oil could have been a motivating factor.
To see the potential link between the two incidents, keep reading on the next page: