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Turkish court bans media from covering events related to assassination of Russian ambassador
18:25, 27 December 2016
Turkish court bans media from covering events related to assassination of Russian ambassador

The ban is temporary; it is to last until the investigation into the case is over

18:25, 27 December 2016

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The court of Ankara temporarily forbade the Turkish media to cover the events related to the recent assassination of the Russian ambassador in Turkey. Anadolu news agency reported that with reference to its own sources.

The ban includes the news related to the suspect in the murder, as well as pictures shot during and after the murder. The ban will last until the investigation into the case is over.  

On December 19, Russian ambassador in Turkey Andrey Karlov was killed in Ankara. The incident occurred at the opening of the photo exhibition.

Russian Foreign Ministry emphasizes that they considered the incident an act of terror.

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