Ankara blast: At least 28 dead in Turkish capital explosion
February 23, 2016 17:50 IST
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At least 28 people were killed and 61 others wounded in a car bomb attack targeting the Turkish military on Wednesday, Turkey's deputy prime minister and government spokesperson said. According to Deputy Prime Minister Numan Kurtulus, the government has so far no information on who carried out the attack, Xinhua reported. The bomb targeted the housings in Ankara where shuttles for military personnel were awaiting, according to the Turkish military, triggering two explosions near a military compound of the headquarters of the General Staff of the Turkish Armed Forces, local NTV news broadcaster reported.