Bomb attack in Ankara causes the death of 28 people, attacker identified


Firefighters try to extinguish the flames at the scene of a car bomb detonation close to buildings of the Turkish military, in Ankara, capital of Turkey, 17 February 2016.

A bomb attack in Ankara, Turkey which targeted military personnel caused the death of 28 people and the injury of 61.

A bomb attack in Ankara, Turkey late Wednesday caused the death of 28 people and 61 others were injured. Most of the injured are in good condition, Health Minister Mehmet Muezzinoglu said.

The car bomb targeted a convoy of military vehicles and Turkish authorities identified the suicide bomber who carried out the brutal attack. According to Turkish daily, Daily Sabah, security sources said that the attacker comes from Syria and his name is Saleh Nejar. According to reports by İhlas News Agenc...

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