Russian ambassador to Turkey shot and killed in gun attack

Turkey: As tensions seemed to be normalising between Turkey and Russia The BBC reports that the Russian ambassador to Turkey was shot and later died. Reports suggets that several others have also been injured in the attack which happended as the ambassador attaneded a photo exhibition in Ankara.


In separate reports the gunman who had shot and killed the Russian ambassador to Turkey Andrei Karlov is identified as Mevlüt Meet Altıntaş, 22, a (riot) police officer from Ankara, Turkey.


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