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Envoy killing: Putin says attack aimed at sabotaging Russia-Turkey ties

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Moscow: President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday called the killing of Russia's ambassador in Turkey a "provocation" aimed at sabotaging warming ties between Moscow and Ankara and efforts to resolve the conflict in Syria.

"The crime that was committed is without doubt a provocation aimed at disrupting the normalisation of Russian-Turkish relations and disrupting the peace process in Syria," Putin said in televised comments.

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