ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — The Latest on the attack on Russia's ambassador to Turkey (all times local):
Turkey's private NTV television says police have shot and killed the gunman who attacked the Russian ambassador in Ankara.
NTV television, citing police sources, said the gunman was killed in a police operation inside an exhibition hall where the attack occurred.
Russian Ambassador Andrei Karlov was several minutes into a speech at the embassy-sponsored exhibition in the capital, Ankara, when a man wearing a suit and tie shouted "Allahu akbar" and fired at least eight shots, according to an AP photographer in the audience.
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Russia's Foreign Ministry says that the country's ambassador to Turkey has been hospitalized with a gunshot wound after an attack at a photo exhibition in Ankara.
But Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova didn't give Ambassador Andrei Karlov's condition. Zakharova was speaking in a statement carried by Russian news agencies.
An Associated Press photographer says a gunman has fired shots at the Russian ambassador to Turkey. The ambassador's condition wasn't immediately known.
The attack occurred Monday at a photo exhibition in the capital Ankara, where the ambassador was making an address.
Photographs from the scene showed a man lying on the ground with an armed man dressed in a suit standing near him.