Turkish media: At least 20 killed in Ankara

 
Turkish media: At least 20 killed in Ankara
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At least 20 people are killed and many wounded in explosions at a train station in Turkey's capital Ankara, according to the news agency Doğan.

Other media report of at least ten dead and the newspaper Hurriyet writes that it might be a suicide attack.

There went several minutes between the two explosions, which occurred near Ankara's main train station Saturday morning.

A peace march was planned in the area today, and people were starting to gather at the site where the explosions occurred.

Organizers behind the march are government opponents on the Turkish left and the peace movement.

The march would mark distance against the violence that has broken out between Turkey's government troops and Kurdish rebels in southeast Turkey.

Photos from the site posted on Twitter, show many people bloody on the ground.

Turkish media shows injured people who are helped away from the scene.

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