Turkish media: Russian ambassador was gunned down at Ankara art gallery

By REUTERS
December 19, 2016 18:35

 
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ANKARA - The Russian ambassador to Ankara was seriously wounded in a gun attack in the Turkish capital on Monday and was taken to hospital, NTV and other broadcasters reported.

Hurriyet newspaper's English website said Ambassador Andrei Karlov was shot while making a speech at an art gallery. NTV said three other people were wounded.

CNN Turk television said shooting was continuing in the building.

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