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March 17, 2014
The handgun used by Mehmet Ali Agca in an unsuccessful assassination attempt on Pope John Paul II is...
Rome, Italy
Handgun used by Mehmet Ali Agca in an unsuccessful assassination attempt on Pope John Paul II is seen...
The handgun used by Mehmet Ali Agca in an unsuccessful assassination attempt on Pope John Paul II is seen during a news conference at the Criminology Museum in Rome March 17, 2014. The handgun has been presented on loan to a museum in Poland's town of Wadowice, where it will be put on display for three years. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY - Tags: SOCIETY CRIME LAW)
ITALY
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March 17, 2014
The handgun used by Mehmet Ali Agca in an unsuccessful assassination attempt on Pope John Paul II is...
Rome, Italy
Handgun used by Mehmet Ali Agca in an unsuccessful assassination attempt on Pope John Paul II is seen...
The handgun used by Mehmet Ali Agca in an unsuccessful assassination attempt on Pope John Paul II is seen during a news conference at the Criminology Museum in Rome March 17, 2014. The handgun has been presented on loan to a museum in Poland's town of Wadowice, where it will be put on display for three years. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY - Tags: SOCIETY CRIME LAW)
ITALY
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March 17, 2014
The handgun used by Mehmet Ali Agca in an unsuccessful assassination attempt on Pope John Paul II is...
Rome, Italy
Handgun used by Mehmet Ali Agca in an unsuccessful assassination attempt on Pope John Paul II is seen...
The handgun used by Mehmet Ali Agca in an unsuccessful assassination attempt on Pope John Paul II is seen during a news conference at the Criminology Museum in Rome March 17, 2014. The handgun has been presented on loan to a museum in Poland's town of Wadowice, where it will be put on display for three years. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION CRIME LAW)
ITALY
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March 17, 2014
The handgun used by Mehmet Ali Agca in an unsuccessful assassination attempt on Pope John Paul II is...
Rome, Italy
Handgun used by Mehmet Ali Agca in an unsuccessful assassination attempt on Pope John Paul II is seen...
The handgun used by Mehmet Ali Agca in an unsuccessful assassination attempt on Pope John Paul II is seen during a news conference at the Criminology Museum in Rome March 17, 2014. The handgun has been presented on loan to a museum in Poland's town of Wadowice, where it will be put on display for three years. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION CRIME LAW)
ITALY
RTR3HH2F
March 17, 2014
The handgun used by Mehmet Ali Agca in an unsuccessful assassination attempt on Pope John Paul II is...
Rome, Italy
Handgun used by Mehmet Ali Agca in an unsuccessful assassination attempt on Pope John Paul II is seen...
The handgun used by Mehmet Ali Agca in an unsuccessful assassination attempt on Pope John Paul II is seen during a news conference at the Criminology Museum in Rome March 17, 2014. The handgun has been presented on loan to a museum in Poland's town of Wadowice, where it will be put on display for three years. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION CRIME LAW)
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November 27, 2010
Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II, holds a copy of his book "Why I shot Pope....
Istanbul, Turkey
Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II, holds a copy of his book during a news...
Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II, holds a copy of his book "Why I shot Pope. Book of millennium" during a news conference in Istanbul November 27, 2010. Agca was released from prison in Ankara on January 18, 2010, nearly 30 years after the assassination attempt on St. Peter's Square. Agca served 19 years in an Italian prison for the attack, before being pardoned on the pope's initiative in 2000 and extradited to serve a sentence in Turkey for crimes including the 1979 murder of a newspaper editor. REUTERS/Murad Sezer (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
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November 27, 2010
Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II, holds copies of his book "Why I shot Pope....
Istanbul, Turkey
Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II, holds copies of his book during a news...
Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II, holds copies of his book "Why I shot Pope. Book of millennium" during a news conference in Istanbul November 27, 2010. Agca was released from prison in Ankara on January 18, 2010, nearly 30 years after the assassination attempt on St. Peter's Square. Agca served 19 years in an Italian prison for the attack, before being pardoned on the pope's initiative in 2000 and extradited to serve a sentence in Turkey for crimes including the 1979 murder of a newspaper editor. REUTERS/Murad Sezer (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
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November 27, 2010
Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II, holds copies of his book "Why I shot Pope....
Istanbul, Turkey
Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II, holds copies of his book during a news...
Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II, holds copies of his book "Why I shot Pope. Book of millennium" during a news conference in Istanbul November 27, 2010. Agca was released from prison in Ankara on January 18, 2010, nearly 30 years after the assassination attempt on St. Peter's Square. Agca served 19 years in an Italian prison for the attack, before being pardoned on the pope's initiative in 2000 and extradited to serve a sentence in Turkey for crimes including the 1979 murder of a newspaper editor. REUTERS/Murad Sezer (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
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March 29, 2010
Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II, gestures during a news conference in Istanbul...
Istanbul, Turkey
Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II, gestures during a news conference in Istanbul...
Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II, gestures during a news conference in Istanbul March 29, 2010. Agca was released from prison in Ankara on January 18, 2010, nearly 30 years after the assassination attempt on St. Peter's Square. Agca served 19 years in an Italian prison for the attack, before being pardoned on the pope's initiative in 2000 and extradited to serve a sentence in Turkey for crimes including the 1979 murder of a newspaper editor. REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY - Tags: CRIME LAW)
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March 29, 2010
Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II, walks after a news conference in Istanbul...
Istanbul, Turkey
Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II, walks after a news conference in Istanbul...
Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II, walks after a news conference in Istanbul March 29, 2010. Agca was released from prison in Ankara on January 18, 2010, nearly 30 years after the assassination attempt on St. Peter's Square. Agca served 19 years in an Italian prison for the attack, before being pardoned on the pope's initiative in 2000 and extradited to serve a sentence in Turkey for crimes including the 1979 murder of a newspaper editor. REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY - Tags: CRIME LAW)
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March 29, 2010
Mehmet Ali Agca (R), the man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II, talks during a news conference in...
Istanbul, Turkey
Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II, talks during a news conference in Istanbul...
Mehmet Ali Agca (R), the man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II, talks during a news conference in Istanbul March 29, 2010. Agca was released from prison in Ankara on January 18, 2010, nearly 30 years after the assassination attempt on St. Peter's Square. Agca served 19 years in an Italian prison for the attack, before being pardoned on the pope's initiative in 2000 and extradited to serve a sentence in Turkey for crimes including the 1979 murder of a newspaper editor. REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY - Tags: CRIME LAW)
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March 29, 2010
Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II, gestures during a news conference in Istanbul...
Istanbul, Turkey
Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II, gestures during a news conference in Istanbul...
Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II, gestures during a news conference in Istanbul March 29, 2010. Agca was released from prison in Ankara on January 18, 2010, nearly 30 years after the assassination attempt on St. Peter's Square. Agca served 19 years in an Italian prison for the attack, before being pardoned on the pope's initiative in 2000 and extradited to serve a sentence in Turkey for crimes including the 1979 murder of a newspaper editor. REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY - Tags: CRIME LAW)
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March 29, 2010
Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II, displays an issue of Time Magazine with...
Istanbul, Turkey
Mehmet Ali Agca displays an issue of Time Magazine with a cover picture showing him with the late Pope...
Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II, displays an issue of Time Magazine with a cover picture showing him with the late pope during a news conference in Istanbul March 29, 2010. Agca was released from prison in Ankara on January 18, 2010, nearly 30 years after the assassination attempt on St. Peter's Square. Agca served 19 years in an Italian prison for the attack, before being pardoned on the pope's initiative in 2000 and extradited to serve a sentence in Turkey for crimes including the 1979 murder of a newspaper editor. REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY - Tags: CRIME LAW)
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March 29, 2010
Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II, gestures during a news conference in Istanbul...
Istanbul, Turkey
Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II, gestures during a news conference in Istanbul...
Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II, gestures during a news conference in Istanbul March 29, 2010. Agca was released from prison in Ankara on January 18, 2010, nearly 30 years after the assassination attempt on St. Peter's Square. Agca served 19 years in an Italian prison for the attack, before being pardoned on the pope's initiative in 2000 and extradited to serve a sentence in Turkey for crimes including the 1979 murder of a newspaper editor. REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY - Tags: CRIME LAW)
TURKEY-AGCA/RELEASE
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January 18, 2010
The man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II, Mehmet Ali Agca, is surrounded by journalists in Ankara...
Istanbul, Turkey
The man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II, Mehmet Ali Agca, is surrounded by journalists in Ankara
The man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II, Mehmet Ali Agca, is surrounded by journalists in Ankara January 18, 2010. Agca, who tried to kill Pope John Paul II nearly 30 years ago was released from a Turkish prison on Monday, rekindling the mystery over whether he acted alone or had been hired by a Soviet-era secret service.
He served 19 years in an Italian prison for the attack, before being pardoned on the pope's initiative in 2000, but was extradited to serve a sentence in his home country for other crimes including the 1979 murder of a newspaper editor. REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
TURKEY-AGCA/RELEASE
RTR2912Z
January 18, 2010
The man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II, Mehmet Ali Agca, is surrounded by journalists in Ankara...
Istanbul, Turkey
The man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II, Mehmet Ali Agca, is surrounded by journalists in Ankara
The man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II, Mehmet Ali Agca, is surrounded by journalists in Ankara January 18, 2010. Agca, who tried to kill Pope John Paul II nearly 30 years ago was released from a Turkish prison on Monday, rekindling the mystery over whether he acted alone or had been hired by a Soviet-era secret service.
He served 19 years in an Italian prison for the attack, before being pardoned on the pope's initiative in 2000, but was extradited to serve a sentence in his home country for other crimes including the 1979 murder of a newspaper editor. REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
TURKEY-AGCA/RELEASE
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January 18, 2010
The man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II, Mehmet Ali Agca, is surrounded by journalists in Ankara...
Istanbul, Turkey
The man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II, Mehmet Ali Agca, is surrounded by journalists in Ankara
The man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II, Mehmet Ali Agca, is surrounded by journalists in Ankara January 18, 2010. Agca, who tried to kill Pope John Paul II nearly 30 years ago was released from a Turkish prison on Monday, rekindling the mystery over whether he acted alone or had been hired by a Soviet-era secret service.
He served 19 years in an Italian prison for the attack, before being pardoned on the pope's initiative in 2000, but was extradited to serve a sentence in his home country for other crimes including the 1979 murder of a newspaper editor. REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
TURKEY-AGCA/RELEASE
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January 18, 2010
The man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II, Mehmet Ali Agca, is surrounded by journalists in Ankara...
Istanbul, Turkey
The man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II, Mehmet Ali Agca, is surrounded by journalists in Ankara
The man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II, Mehmet Ali Agca, is surrounded by journalists in Ankara January 18, 2010. Agca, who tried to kill Pope John Paul II nearly 30 years ago was released from a Turkish prison on Monday, rekindling the mystery over whether he acted alone or had been hired by a Soviet-era secret service.
He served 19 years in an Italian prison for the attack, before being pardoned on the pope's initiative in 2000, but was extradited to serve a sentence in his home country for other crimes including the 1979 murder of a newspaper editor.
REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW IMAGES OF THE DAY)
TURKEY-AGCA/RELEASE
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January 18, 2010
The man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II, Mehmet Ali Agca (C), is surrounded by journalists as he...
Ankara, Turkey
The man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II, Mehmet Ali Agca is surrounded by journalists while enters...
The man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II, Mehmet Ali Agca (C), is surrounded by journalists as he enters a hotel in Ankara January 18, 2010. Mehmet Ali Agca, was released from prison in the Turkish capital Ankara on Monday, nearly 30 years after the assassination attempt on St. Peter's Square. Agca served 19 years in an Italian prison for the attack, before being pardoned on the pope's initiative in 2000 and extradited to serve a sentence in Turkey for crimes including the 1979 murder of a newspaper editor. REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS)
TURKEY-AGCA/RELEASE
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January 18, 2010
The man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II, Mehmet Ali Agca, is surrounded by media as he walks in to...
Ankara, Turkey
The man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II Mehmet Ali Agca walks in to hotel in Ankara
The man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II, Mehmet Ali Agca, is surrounded by media as he walks in to hotel in Ankara January 18, 2010. Mehmet Ali Agca, was released from prison in the Turkish capital Ankara on Monday, nearly 30 years after the assassination attempt on St. Peter's Square. Agca served 19 years in an Italian prison for the attack, before being pardoned on the pope's initiative in 2000 and extradited to serve a sentence in Turkey for crimes including the 1979 murder of a newspaper editor. REUTERS/Stringer (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS HEADSHOT)
TURKEY-AGCA/RELEASE
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January 18, 2010
The man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II, Mehmet Ali Agca, is surrounded by journalists as he leaves...
Ankara, Turkey
The man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II Mehmet Ali Agca is surrounded by journalists as he leaves...
The man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II, Mehmet Ali Agca, is surrounded by journalists as he leaves his car in Ankara January 18, 2010. Mehmet Ali Agca, was released from prison in the Turkish capital Ankara on Monday, nearly 30 years after the assassination attempt on St. Peter's Square. Agca served 19 years in an Italian prison for the attack, before being pardoned on the pope's initiative in 2000 and extradited to serve a sentence in Turkey for crimes including the 1979 murder of a newspaper editor. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS)
TURKEY-AGCA/RELEASE
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January 18, 2010
The man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II, Mehmet Ali Agca, is sourrounded by journalists as he leaves...
Ankara, Turkey
The man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II Mehmet Ali Agca is sourrounded by journalists as he leaves...
The man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II, Mehmet Ali Agca, is sourrounded by journalists as he leaves his car in Ankara January 18, 2010. Mehmet Ali Agca, was released from prison in the Turkish capital Ankara on Monday, nearly 30 years after the assassination attempt on St. Peter's Square. Agca served 19 years in an Italian prison for the attack, before being pardoned on the pope's initiative in 2000 and extradited to serve a sentence in Turkey for crimes including the 1979 murder of a newspaper editor. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS)
TURKEY-AGCA/RELEASE
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January 18, 2010
The man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II, Mehmet Ali Agca (R), is surrounded by journalists as he...
Ankara, Turkey
The man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II Mehmet Ali Agca is sourrounded by journalists as leaves...
The man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II, Mehmet Ali Agca (R), is surrounded by journalists as he leaves his car in Ankara January 18, 2010. Mehmet Ali Agca, was released from prison in the Turkish capital Ankara on Monday, nearly 30 years after the assassination attempt on St. Peter's Square. Agca served 19 years in an Italian prison for the attack, before being pardoned on the pope's initiative in 2000 and extradited to serve a sentence in Turkey for crimes including the 1979 murder of a newspaper editor. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS)
TURKEY-AGCA/RELEASE
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January 18, 2010
The man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II, Mehmet Ali Agca (C) is surrounded by journalists as leaves...
Ankara, Turkey
The man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II Mehmet Ali Agca is surrounded by journalista as he leaves...
The man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II, Mehmet Ali Agca (C) is surrounded by journalists as leaves his car in Ankara January 18, 2010. Mehmet Ali Agca, was released from prison in the Turkish capital Ankara on Monday, nearly 30 years after the assassination attempt on St. Peter's Square. Agca served 19 years in an Italian prison for the attack, before being pardoned on the pope's initiative in 2000 and extradited to serve a sentence in Turkey for crimes including the 1979 murder of a newspaper editor. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS)
TURKEY-AGCA/RELEASE
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January 18, 2010
The man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II, Mehmet Ali Agca (2nd L) is surrounded by journalists as...
Ankara, Turkey
The man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II Mehmet Ali Agca is surrounded by media as he leaves his car...
The man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II, Mehmet Ali Agca (2nd L) is surrounded by journalists as leaves his car in Ankara January 18, 2010. Mehmet Ali Agca, was released from prison in the Turkish capital Ankara on Monday, nearly 30 years after the assassination attempt on St. Peter's Square. Agca served 19 years in an Italian prison for the attack, before being pardoned on the pope's initiative in 2000 and extradited to serve a sentence in Turkey for crimes including the 1979 murder of a newspaper editor. REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
TURKEY-AGCA/RELEASE
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January 18, 2010
The man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II, Mehmet Ali Agca (background C) is surrounded by journalists...
Ankara, Turkey
The man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II, Mehmet Ali Agca, is surrounded by journalists as he enters...
The man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II, Mehmet Ali Agca (background C) is surrounded by journalists as he enters a hotel in Ankara January 18, 2010. Mehmet Ali Agca, was released from prison in the Turkish capital Ankara on Monday, nearly 30 years after the assassination attempt on St. Peter's Square. Agca served 19 years in an Italian prison for the attack, before being pardoned on the pope's initiative in 2000 and extradited to serve a sentence in Turkey for crimes including the 1979 murder of a newspaper editor. REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
TURKEY-AGCA/RELEASE
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January 18, 2010
The man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II, Mehmet Ali Agca, is surrounded by journalists as leaves...
Ankara, Turkey
The man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II Mehmet Ali Agcais surrounded by media as he leaves his car...
The man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II, Mehmet Ali Agca, is surrounded by journalists as leaves his car in Ankara January 18, 2010. Mehmet Ali Agca, was released from prison in the Turkish capital Ankara on Monday, nearly 30 years after the assassination attempt on St. Peter's Square. Agca served 19 years in an Italian prison for the attack, before being pardoned on the pope's initiative in 2000 and extradited to serve a sentence in Turkey for crimes including the 1979 murder of a newspaper editor. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
TURKEY-AGCA/RELEASE
RTR290KR
January 18, 2010
Turkish policemen take security measures at the entrance of a prison where Mehmet Ali Agca is released...
Ankara, Turkey
Turkish policemen take security measures at the entrance of a prison where Mehmet Ali Agca is released...
Turkish policemen take security measures at the entrance of a prison where Mehmet Ali Agca is released in Ankara January 18, 2010. The man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II, Mehmet Ali Agca, was released from prison in the Turkish capital Ankara on Monday, nearly 30 years after the assassination attempt on St. Peter's Square. Agca served 19 years in an Italian prison for the attack, before being pardoned on the pope's initiative in 2000 and extradited to serve a sentence in Turkey for crimes including the 1979 murder of a newspaper editor. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS)
TURKEY-AGCA/RELEASE
RTR290KM
January 18, 2010
A Turkish soldier controls a vehicle at the entrance of a prison where Mehmet Ali Agca is released in...
Ankara, Turkey
A Turkish soldier controls a vehicle at the entrance of a prison where Mehmet Ali Agca is released in...
A Turkish soldier controls a vehicle at the entrance of a prison where Mehmet Ali Agca is released in Ankara January 18, 2010. The man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II, Mehmet Ali Agca, was released from prison in the Turkish capital Ankara on Monday, nearly 30 years after the assassination attempt on St. Peter's Square. Agca served 19 years in an Italian prison for the attack, before being pardoned on the pope's initiative in 2000 and extradited to serve a sentence in Turkey for crimes including the 1979 murder of a newspaper editor. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY)
TURKEY-AGCA/RELEASE
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January 18, 2010
Lawyers Gokay Gultekin (L), Yilmaz Abosoglu (R) and Mehmet Ali Agca's brother Adnan Agca (C) arrive to...
Ankara, Turkey
Lawyers Gokay Gultekin, Yilmaz Abosoglu and Mehmet Ali Agca's brother Adnan Agca arrive to a prison in...
Lawyers Gokay Gultekin (L), Yilmaz Abosoglu (R) and Mehmet Ali Agca's brother Adnan Agca (C) arrive to a prison in Ankara January 18, 2010. The man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II, Mehmet Ali Agca, was released from prison in the Turkish capital Ankara on Monday, nearly 30 years after the assassination attempt on St. Peter's Square. Agca served 19 years in an Italian prison for the attack, before being pardoned on the pope's initiative in 2000 and extradited to serve a sentence in Turkey for crimes including the 1979 murder of a newspaper editor. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS)
TURKEY-AGCA/RELEASE
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January 18, 2010
Lawyer Gokay Gultekin (L) shows a letter to the media written by Mehmet Ali Agca as he is accompanied...
Ankara, Turkey
Lawyer Gokay Gultekin shows a letter to the media written by Mehmet Ali Agca as he is accompanied by...
Lawyer Gokay Gultekin (L) shows a letter to the media written by Mehmet Ali Agca as he is accompanied by Agca's brother Adnan Agca (R) in front of a prison in Ankara January 18, 2010. The man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II, Mehmet Ali Agca, was released from prison in the Turkish capital Ankara on Monday, nearly 30 years after the assassination attempt on St. Peter's Square. Agca served 19 years in an Italian prison for the attack, before being pardoned on the pope's initiative in 2000 and extradited to serve a sentence in Turkey for crimes including the 1979 murder of a newspaper editor. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY)
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January 13, 2010
A hand-written letter by Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II in 1981, is delivered...
Ankara, Turkey
A hand-written letter by Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II in 1981, is delivered...
A hand-written letter by Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II in 1981, is delivered to the media by his lawyers during a news conference in Ankara January 13, 2010. Mehmet Ali Agca condemned "terrorism" and called for a "new American Empire" in a rambling statement issued by his lawyers on Wednesday ahead of his release from prison next week. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY - Tags: RELIGION CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
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January 13, 2010
Yilmaz Abosoglu (L) and Gokay Gultekin, lawyers of Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who tried to kill Pope John...
Ankara, Turkey
Abosoglu and Gultekin, lawyers of Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II in 1981,...
Yilmaz Abosoglu (L) and Gokay Gultekin, lawyers of Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who tried to kill Pope John Paul II in 1981, attend a news conference in Ankara January 13, 2010. Mehmet Ali Agca condemned "terrorism" and called for a "new American Empire" in a rambling statement issued by his lawyers on Wednesday ahead of his release from prison next week. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY RELIGION)
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January 16, 2006
Mustafa Demirbag, lawyer for Mehmet Ali Agca who wounded Pope John Paul II in 1981, speaks to the media...
Istanbul, Turkey
Mustafa Demirbag, lawyer for Mehmet Ali Agca who wounded Pope John Paul II in 1981, speaks to the me.....
Mustafa Demirbag, lawyer for Mehmet Ali Agca who wounded Pope John Paul II in 1981, speaks to the media in his office in Istanbul January 16, 2006. [Agca is unfit to do his military service, NTV television quoted a military hospital as saying on Monday, days after he was freed from an Istanbul jail. The decision leaves Agca at liberty, pending an appeal from the Justice Ministry against his early release from prison.]
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January 16, 2006
Mustafa Demirbag, lawyer for Mehmet Ali Agca who Pope John Paul II in 1981, speaks to the media in his...
Istanbul, Turkey
Lawyer for man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981 talks to media in Istanbul
Mustafa Demirbag, lawyer for Mehmet Ali Agca who Pope John Paul II in 1981, speaks to the media in his office in Istanbul January 16, 2006. Agca is unfit to do his military service, NTV television quoted a military hospital as saying on Monday, days after he was freed from an Istanbul jail. The decision leaves Agca at liberty, pending an appeal from the Justice Ministry against his early release from prison. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas
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January 16, 2006
Mustafa Demirbag (L), lawyer for Mehmet Ali Agca who Pope John Paul II in 1981, speaks to the media in...
Istanbul, Turkey
Lawyer for man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981 talks to media in Istanbul
Mustafa Demirbag (L), lawyer for Mehmet Ali Agca who Pope John Paul II in 1981, speaks to the media in his office in Istanbul January 16, 2006. Agca is unfit to do his military service, NTV television quoted a military hospital as saying on Monday, days after he was freed from an Istanbul jail. The decision leaves Agca at liberty, pending an appeal from the Justice Ministry against his early release from prison. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas
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January 16, 2006
Mustafa Demirbag (L), lawyer for Mehmet Ali Agca who Pope John Paul II in 1981, speaks to the media in...
Istanbul, Turkey
Lawyer for man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981 talks to media in Istanbul
Mustafa Demirbag (L), lawyer for Mehmet Ali Agca who Pope John Paul II in 1981, speaks to the media in his office in Istanbul January 16, 2006. Agca is unfit to do his military service, NTV television quoted a military hospital as saying on Monday, days after he was freed from an Istanbul jail. The decision leaves Agca at liberty, pending an appeal from the Justice Ministry against his early release from prison. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas
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January 12, 2006
A Turkish gendarme officer peers out of the small window on a prison gate as Mehmet Ali Agca (C, with...
Istanbul, Turkey
A Turkish gendarme officer peers out of the small window on a prison gate as Mehmet Ali Agca (C, wit.....
A Turkish gendarme officer peers out of the small window on a prison gate as Mehmet Ali Agca (C, with gray hair), the man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, leaves Kartal high security prison under escort by gendarmes and police officers in Istanbul January 12, 2006. Agca was released from a Turkish prison on Thursday and immediately taken in handcuffs to a military recruitment office. His lawyers say the Turkish army want to claim Agca, 48, for missed military service, a legal obligation for Turkish men.
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January 12, 2006
Mehmet Ali Agca (C), the man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, arrives at a military recruitment center...
Istanbul, Turkey
Mehmet Ali Agca (C), the man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, arrives at a military recruitment c.....
Mehmet Ali Agca (C), the man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, arrives at a military recruitment center under police escort shortly after he was freed from a prison in Istanbul January 12, 2006. Agca was released from a Turkish prison on Thursday and immediately taken in handcuffs to a military recruitment office. His lawyers say the Turkish army want to claim Agca, 48, for missed military service, a legal obligation for Turkish men.
TURKEY POPE AGCA
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January 12, 2006
Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, walks past a gendarme officer in the outer...
Istanbul, Turkey
Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, walks past a gendarme officer in the outer...
Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, walks past a gendarme officer in the outer court of a prison in Istanbul January 12, 2006. Agca was released from a Turkish prison on Thursday and immediately taken in handcuffs to a military recruitment office. His lawyers say the Turkish army want to claim Agca, 48, for missed military service, a legal obligation for Turkish men. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas
TURKEY POPE AGCA
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January 12, 2006
Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, leaves Kartal high security prison under...
Istanbul, Turkey
Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, leaves prison under police escort in Istanbul...
Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, leaves Kartal high security prison under police escort in Istanbul January 12, 2006. Agca was released from a Turkish prison on Thursday and immediately taken in handcuffs to a military recruitment office. His lawyers say the Turkish army want to claim Agca, 48, for missed military service, a legal obligation for Turkish men. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas
TURKEY POPE AGCA
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January 12, 2006
Mehmet Ali Agca (gray haired), the man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, is escorted by police officers...
Istanbul, Turkey
Mehmet Ali Agca is escorted by police officers after he was freed from prison in Istanbul
Mehmet Ali Agca (gray haired), the man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, is escorted by police officers at the outer court of jail shortly after he was freed from the Kartal high security prison in Istanbul January 12, 2006. Agca was freed from a Turkish prison on Thursday and immediately claimed by the army for missed military service. His lawyers say the Turkish army want to claim Agca, 48, for missed military service, a legal obligation for Turkish men. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas
TURKEY POPE AGCA
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January 12, 2006
A Mercedes carrying Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, leaves a military recruitment...
Istanbul, Turkey
Mercedes carrying Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, leaves military recruitment...
A Mercedes carrying Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, leaves a military recruitment center under police escort in Istanbul January 12, 2006. Agca was released from a Turkish prison on Thursday and immediately taken in handcuffs to a military recruitment office. His lawyers say the Turkish army want to claim Agca, 48, for missed military service, a legal obligation for Turkish men. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas
TURKEY POPE AGCA
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January 12, 2006
A man throws flowers onto a police car carrying Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who shot Pope John Paul II in...
Istanbul, Turkey
Man throws flowers onto a police car carrying Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who shot Pope John Paul II in...
A man throws flowers onto a police car carrying Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, as the car leaves Kartal high security prison in Istanbul January 12, 2006. Agca was released from a Turkish prison on Thursday and immediately taken in handcuffs to a military recruitment office. His lawyers say the Turkish army want to claim Agca, 48, for missed military service, a legal obligation for Turkish men. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas
TURKEY POPE AGCA
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January 12, 2006
A Turkish gendarme officer peers out of the small window on a prison gate as Mehmet Ali Agca (C, with...
Istanbul, Turkey
Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, is released from prison in Istanbul
A Turkish gendarme officer peers out of the small window on a prison gate as Mehmet Ali Agca (C, with gray hair), the man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, leaves Kartal high security prison under escort by gendarmes and police officers in Istanbul January 12, 2006. Agca was released from a Turkish prison on Thursday and immediately taken in handcuffs to a military recruitment office. His lawyers say the Turkish army want to claim Agca, 48, for missed military service, a legal obligation for Turkish men. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas
TURKEY POPE AGCA
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January 12, 2006
Mehmet Ali Agca (with gray hair), the man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, is escorted by plainclothes...
Istanbul, Turkey
Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, is escorted by plainclothes police officers...
Mehmet Ali Agca (with gray hair), the man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, is escorted by plainclothes police officers shortly after he was freed from the Kartal high security prison in Istanbul January 12, 2006. Agca was released from a Turkish prison on Thursday and immediately taken in handcuffs to a military recruitment office. His lawyers say the Turkish army want to claim Agca, 48, for missed military service, a legal obligation for Turkish men. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas
TURKEY POPE AGCA
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January 12, 2006
A Mercedes carrying Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, leaves a military recruitment...
Istanbul, Turkey
Mercedes carrying Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, leaves military recruitment...
A Mercedes carrying Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, leaves a military recruitment center under police escort in Istanbul January 12, 2006. Agca was released from a Turkish prison on Thursday and immediately taken in handcuffs to a military recruitment office. His lawyers say the Turkish army want to claim Agca, 48, for missed military service, a legal obligation for Turkish men. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas
TURKEY POPE AGCA
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January 12, 2006
Mehmet Ali Agca (gray haired), the man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, is escorted by police officers...
Istanbul, Turkey
Mehmet Ali Agca is escorted by police officers after he was freed from prison in Istanbul
Mehmet Ali Agca (gray haired), the man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, is escorted by police officers at the outer court of jail shortly after he was freed from the Kartal high security prison in Istanbul January 12, 2006. Agca was freed from a Turkish prison on Thursday and immediately claimed by the army for missed military service. His lawyers say the Turkish army want to claim Agca, 48, for missed military service, a legal obligation for Turkish men. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas
TURKEY POPE AGCA
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January 12, 2006
Mehmet Ali Agca (C, with gray hair), the man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, is surrounded by gendarmes...
Istanbul, Turkey
Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, is surrounded by gendarmes and police officers...
Mehmet Ali Agca (C, with gray hair), the man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, is surrounded by gendarmes and police officers after he was freed from Kartal high security prison in Istanbul January 12, 2006. Agca was released from a Turkish prison on Thursday and immediately taken in handcuffs to a military recruitment office. His lawyers say the Turkish army want to claim Agca, 48, for missed military service, a legal obligation for Turkish men. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas
TURKEY POPE AGCA
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January 12, 2006
Turkish gendarmes and a police officer lead Mehmet Ali Agca (C), the man who shot Pope John Paul II in...
Istanbul, Turkey
Agca, who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, is freed from prison in Istanbul
Turkish gendarmes and a police officer lead Mehmet Ali Agca (C), the man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, out of Kartal high security prison in Istanbul January 12, 2006. Agca was released from a Turkish prison on Thursday and immediately taken in handcuffs to a military recruitment office. His lawyers say the Turkish army want to claim Agca, 48, for missed military service, a legal obligation for Turkish men. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas
TURKEY POPE AGCA
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January 12, 2006
Mehmet Ali Agca (C), the man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, is surrounded by Turkish gendarmes at...
Istanbul, Turkey
Agca, the man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, is surrounded by Turkish gendarmes at main gate of...
Mehmet Ali Agca (C), the man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, is surrounded by Turkish gendarmes at the main gate of Kartal high security prison in Istanbul January 12, 2006. Agca was released from a Turkish prison on Thursday and immediately taken in handcuffs to a military recruitment office. His lawyers say the Turkish army want to claim Agca, 48, for missed military service, a legal obligation for Turkish men. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas
TURKEY POPE AGCA
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January 12, 2006
A police officer moves in to remove a group of men holding Turkish flags to show their support for Mehmet...
Istanbul, Turkey
Police officer moves in to remove a group of men holding Turkish flags to show their support for Mehmet...
A police officer moves in to remove a group of men holding Turkish flags to show their support for Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, in Istanbul January 12, 2006. Agca was released from a Turkish prison on Thursday and immediately taken in handcuffs to a military recruitment office. His lawyers say the Turkish army want to claim Agca, 48, for missed military service, a legal obligation for Turkish men. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas
TURKEY POPE AGCA
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January 12, 2006
Mehmet Ali Agca (C), the man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, arrives at a military recruitment center...
Istanbul, Turkey
Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, arrives at military recruitment centre in...
Mehmet Ali Agca (C), the man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, arrives at a military recruitment center under police escort shortly after he was freed from a prison in Istanbul January 12, 2006. Agca was released from a Turkish prison on Thursday and immediately taken in handcuffs to a military recruitment office. His lawyers say the Turkish army want to claim Agca, 48, for missed military service, a legal obligation for Turkish men. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas
TURKEY POPE AGCA
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January 12, 2006
Mehmet Ali Agca (C), the man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, arrives at a military recruitment center...
Istanbul, Turkey
Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, arrives at military recruitment centre in...
Mehmet Ali Agca (C), the man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, arrives at a military recruitment center under police escort shortly after he was freed from a prison in Istanbul January 12, 2006. Agca was released from a Turkish prison on Thursday and immediately taken in handcuffs to a military recruitment office. His lawyers say the Turkish army want to claim Agca, 48, for missed military service, a legal obligation for Turkish men. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas
TURKEY POPE AGCA
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January 12, 2006
Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, gets into a police car at the yard of Kartal...
Istanbul, Turkey
Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, gets into a police car shortly after he...
Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, gets into a police car at the yard of Kartal high security prison shortly after he was freed in Istanbul, January 12, 2006. Agca was released from a Turkish prison on Thursday and immediately taken in handcuffs to a military recruitment office. His lawyers say the Turkish army want to claim Agca, 48, for missed military service, a legal obligation for Turkish men. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas
TURKEY POPE AGCA
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January 12, 2006
Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, gets into a police car at the yard of Kartal...
Istanbul, Turkey
Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, gets into a police car shortly after he...
Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, gets into a police car at the yard of Kartal high security prison shortly after he was freed in Istanbul, January 12, 2006. Agca was released from a Turkish prison on Thursday and immediately taken in handcuffs to a military recruitment office. His lawyers say the Turkish army want to claim Agca, 48, for missed military service, a legal obligation for Turkish men. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas
TURKEY POPE AGCA
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January 12, 2006
Mehmet Ali Agca (C), the man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, is led by plainclothes policemen into...
Istanbul, Turkey
Mehmet Ali Agca, the man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, is led by plainclothes policemen into a...
Mehmet Ali Agca (C), the man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, is led by plainclothes policemen into a police car at the yard of Kartal high security prison shortly after he was released in Istanbul January 12, 2006. Agca was released from a Turkish prison on Thursday and immediately taken in handcuffs to a military recruitment office. His lawyers say the Turkish army want to claim Agca, 48, for missed military service, a legal obligation for Turkish men. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas
TURKEY POPE AGCA
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January 12, 2006
Turkish gendarmes and a police officer lead Mehmet Ali Agca (C), the man who shot Pope John Paul II in...
Istanbul, Turkey
Agca, the man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, is freed from prison in Istanbul
Turkish gendarmes and a police officer lead Mehmet Ali Agca (C), the man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, out of Kartal high security prison in Istanbul January 12, 2006. Agca was released from a Turkish prison on Thursday and immediately taken in handcuffs to a military recruitment office. His lawyers say the Turkish army want to claim Agca, 48, for missed military service, a legal obligation for Turkish men. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas PICTURES OF THE MONTH JANUARY 2006
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January 08, 2006
-FILE PHOTO 29MAY00- Mehmet Ali Agca poses during an interview at the Montacuto prison near the Adriatic...
Montacuto, Italy
-FILE PHOTO 29MAY00- Mehmet Ali Agca poses during an interview at the Montacuto prison near the Adri.....
-FILE PHOTO 29MAY00- Mehmet Ali Agca poses during an interview at the Montacuto prison near the Adriatic port city of Ancona in this May 29, 2000 file photo. Agca, the man who shot and seriously wounded Pope John Paul II in 1981, will be freed from prison this month, the Anatolian state news agency said on January 8, 2006.
POPE
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April 02, 2005
Pope John Paul II lies seriously wounded in his open car moments after he was shot by Turkish Mehmet...
Vatican City, Italy
File photo of Pope John Paul II lying wounded in his open car in St Peter's Square.
Pope John Paul II lies seriously wounded in his open car moments after he was shot by Turkish Mehmet Ali Agca in St Peter's Square in this May 13, 1981 file photo. The Pope, who headed the Roman Catholic Church for 26 years, died on April 2, 2005, the Vatican said in a statement. The news was immediately announced to around 60,000 gathered in St Peter's Square and was met with a long applause, an Italian sign of respect. Bells tolled and many people wept openly. REUTERS/Handout/Files PH/JJ/NL
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