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Deadly shootings in Canada’s Ottawa

October 23, 2014, 15:04 UTC+3
The Canadian capital of Ottawa was on high security alert after a series of deadly shootings in the downtown
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On October 22 a series of deadly shootings hit Ottawa first taking place at the National War Memorial, where a soldier was shot dead, and then moving on to the country’s Parliament
On October 22 a series of deadly shootings hit Ottawa first taking place at the National War Memorial, where a soldier was shot dead, and then moving on to the country’s Parliament
On October 22 a series of deadly shootings hit Ottawa first taking place at the National War Memorial, where a soldier was shot dead, and then moving on to the country’s Parliament
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At approximately 9:50 a.m. a suspect clad in black and reportedly carrying a double-barrel shotgun fired at a guard of honor at the World War One War Memorial in downtown Ottawa and then, according to eyewitnesses, ran in the direction of the country’s parliament
At approximately 9:50 a.m. a suspect clad in black and reportedly carrying a double-barrel shotgun fired at a guard of honor at the World War One War Memorial in downtown Ottawa and then, according to eyewitnesses, ran in the direction of the country’s parliament
At approximately 9:50 a.m. a suspect clad in black and reportedly carrying a double-barrel shotgun fired at a guard of honor at the World War One War Memorial in downtown Ottawa and then, according to eyewitnesses, ran in the direction of the country’s parliament
© EPA/CHRIS ROUSSAKIS
The guard of honor, shot dead at the War Memorial, was later identified as Cpl. Nathan Cirillo, 24, a reservist based out of Hamilton, Ontario
The guard of honor, shot dead at the War Memorial, was later identified as Cpl. Nathan Cirillo, 24, a reservist based out of Hamilton, Ontario
The guard of honor, shot dead at the War Memorial, was later identified as Cpl. Nathan Cirillo, 24, a reservist based out of Hamilton, Ontario
© EPA/CHRIS ROUSSAKIS
Shortly after the attack at the War Memorial, gunfire erupted inside the Parliament, where an armed suspect attempted to battle his way through the building, wounding at least two law enforcers on his way. The suspect was killed by police in return fire
Shortly after the attack at the War Memorial, gunfire erupted inside the Parliament, where an armed suspect attempted to battle his way through the building, wounding at least two law enforcers on his way. The suspect was killed by police in return fire
Shortly after the attack at the War Memorial, gunfire erupted inside the Parliament, where an armed suspect attempted to battle his way through the building, wounding at least two law enforcers on his way. The suspect was killed by police in return fire
© EPA/CHRIS ROUSSAKIS
The Parliament was locked down immediately after the shooting and Prime Minister Stephen Harper safely left the building as police was cordoning off the area
The Parliament was locked down immediately after the shooting and Prime Minister Stephen Harper safely left the building as police was cordoning off the area
The Parliament was locked down immediately after the shooting and Prime Minister Stephen Harper safely left the building as police was cordoning off the area
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Photo: head of RCMP Bob Paulson briefs Canadian prime Minister Stephen Harper on the shootings at Parliament Hill in Ottawa, October 22, 2014
Photo: head of RCMP Bob Paulson briefs Canadian prime Minister Stephen Harper on the shootings at Parliament Hill in Ottawa, October 22, 2014
Photo: head of RCMP Bob Paulson briefs Canadian prime Minister Stephen Harper on the shootings at Parliament Hill in Ottawa, October 22, 2014
© AP Photo/Canada Prime Minister Office
Photo: A makeshift memorial sits on a downtown street one block away from Canada's National War Memorial in Ottawa, Canada, 22 October 2014
Photo: A makeshift memorial sits on a downtown street one block away from Canada's National War Memorial in Ottawa, Canada, 22 October 2014
Photo: A makeshift memorial sits on a downtown street one block away from Canada's National War Memorial in Ottawa, Canada, 22 October 2014
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On Wednesday evening the police removed cordon set after the attack. Photo:  Canadian Parliament buildings in Ottawa, Canada, 22 October 2014
On Wednesday evening the police removed cordon set after the attack. Photo:  Canadian Parliament buildings in Ottawa, Canada, 22 October 2014
On Wednesday evening the police removed cordon set after the attack. Photo: Canadian Parliament buildings in Ottawa, Canada, 22 October 2014
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On October 22 a series of deadly shootings hit Ottawa first taking place at the National War Memorial, where a soldier was shot dead, and then moving on to the country’s Parliament
© EPA/CHRIS ROUSSAKIS
At approximately 9:50 a.m. a suspect clad in black and reportedly carrying a double-barrel shotgun fired at a guard of honor at the World War One War Memorial in downtown Ottawa and then, according to eyewitnesses, ran in the direction of the country’s parliament
© EPA/CHRIS ROUSSAKIS
The guard of honor, shot dead at the War Memorial, was later identified as Cpl. Nathan Cirillo, 24, a reservist based out of Hamilton, Ontario
© EPA/CHRIS ROUSSAKIS
Shortly after the attack at the War Memorial, gunfire erupted inside the Parliament, where an armed suspect attempted to battle his way through the building, wounding at least two law enforcers on his way. The suspect was killed by police in return fire
© EPA/CHRIS ROUSSAKIS
The Parliament was locked down immediately after the shooting and Prime Minister Stephen Harper safely left the building as police was cordoning off the area
© EPA/CHRIS ROUSSAKIS
Photo: head of RCMP Bob Paulson briefs Canadian prime Minister Stephen Harper on the shootings at Parliament Hill in Ottawa, October 22, 2014
© AP Photo/Canada Prime Minister Office
Photo: A makeshift memorial sits on a downtown street one block away from Canada's National War Memorial in Ottawa, Canada, 22 October 2014
© EPA/WARREN TODA
On Wednesday evening the police removed cordon set after the attack. Photo: Canadian Parliament buildings in Ottawa, Canada, 22 October 2014
© EPA/WARREN TODA

On October 22 a series of deadly shootings hit Ottawa first taking place at the National War Memorial, where a soldier was shot dead, and then moving on to the country’s Parliament.  How events unfolded in the photo gallery by TASS.

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