On Monday morning, Melvut Mert Altintas sat in a hotel room in central Ankara and called in sick to the local riot police unit where he had worked for the past two and a half years.
Minutes later he drew a pistol and shot Andrey Karlov, the Russian ambassador, nine times in the back. Shortly afterwards, Altintas, too, was dead, gunned down by his former colleagues.
Read the whole story from The Telegraph.
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