Associated Press photographer Burhan Ozbilici was attending a slight pursuit during a opening of a photography muster in Ankara, Turkey.
But a eventuality descended into fear when a Russian envoy to Turkey, Andrei Karlov, was assassinated by a internal military officer after identified as Mevlut Mert Altıntas.
Ozbilici prisoner a murder in startling fact and reflected on a incident in a square for Associated Press.
“It was a coolly distributed assassination, maturation in front of me and others who scrambled, terrified, for cover as a trim male with brief hair gunned down a Russian ambassador,” he said. “I was fearful and confused, though found prejudiced cover behind a wall and did my job: Taking photographs.”
This is a story of how Karlov’s genocide unfolded, by a eyes of Ozbilici.