World Bulletin / News Desk
A Turkish shepherd from Turkey's northeastern province of Kars was killed when Armenian soldiers opened fire on him after he crossed the border into Armenia while tending livestock.
Governor of Kars, Eyup Tepe, told Anadolu Agency that the 35-year-old shepherd who went for his livestock, which had crossed the border into Armenia, was wounded Wednesday evening in Armenian fire and being withheld in Armenia.
"Our citizen lost his life after being wounded. There is disproportionate intervention here. They opened fire on him although he did not have a gun, " said the governor.
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