Car Bomb In Turkey’s Capital Kills 34
A car bomb in the Turkish capital of Ankara has left at least 34 people dead and over 100 people injured.
In the second terror attack in Turkey in two weeks, a car laden with explosives went off in the Kizilay neighbourhood, setting several other vehicles on fire as terrorism becomes a major problem in Turkey.
No group has claimed responsibility for the bombing yet but government officials are once again alleging that the PKK are behind yesterday’s attack. It is the third bomb blast in Ankara since October 2015 and the government is looking increasingly out of its depth.
The US had earlier warned Turkish authorities about a plot to bomb some neighborhoods in Ankara.