Tulin Daloglu

Halimiz.com

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A former columnist for Al-Monitor's Turkey Pulse, Tulin Daloglu is the founder of Halimiz.com, an online publication focused on Turkish affairs.

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Today a gunman armed with a pistol shot and killed Russia's ambassador to Turkey at an art gallery in the Turkish capital of Ankara as he was addressing a crowd of journalists.

Russia's ambassador to Turkey assassinated in Ankara

Today a gunman armed with a pistol shot and killed Russia's ambassador to Turkey at an art gallery in the Turkish capital of Ankara as he was addressing a crowd of journalists.

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