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Seconds after a gunman killed Russian diplomat Andrei Karlov at an art gallery in Turkey yesterday, an AP photographer took a photograph that went viral.

AP photo of assassinated Russian diplomat raises ethical questions

Seconds after a gunman killed Russian diplomat Andrei Karlov at an art gallery in Turkey yesterday, an AP photographer took a photograph that went viral.

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