A large explosion in Ankara near the parliament and the Turkish military headquarters has left at least five dead and ten injured. Ankara’s governor, Mehmet Kiliclar, said it was a car bomb and a spokesman for the ruling AK party called it an “act of terrorism”. The Prime Minister, Ahmet Davutoglu, said the cause was still under investigation.
Turkey has suffered several terror attacks recently. Last month, ten people were killed by a suicide bomber in Istanbul. Last October, over 90 people were killed at a pro-Kurdish peace rally in Ankara by multiple bombs.The attacks were linked with the Islamic State (ISIS).
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Turkey is also battling the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) in the south-east and shelling Syrian Kurdish fighters.
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