Oct 10, 2015

Turkey's Erdogan condemns Ankara attack 'targeting nation's peace' | Reuters

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan strongly condemned a double bombing which killed at least 30 people in the capital Ankara on Saturday, saying the attack targeted the country's unity and peace.

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