Ankara car bomb explosion kills 34; Turkey condemns ‘terror attack’

On March 14, 2016, Azadeh Ansari and Gul Tuysuz reported on CNN that a car bomb has gone off in a busy shopping area of Ankara, the Turkish capital yesterday evening, killing at least 34 people and wounding 125.

The death toll could rise even further.”

Authorities haven’t yet spoken about who was responsible for the attack.

Another bombing in Ankara in February  targeted military vehicles killed at least 28 people.

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