YPG rejects responsibility of Ankara attacks

TOLGA BOZOGLU

"We have conducted no military attack and the ones who know it the best are the Turkish army and AKP government,” YPG said in a statement rejecting any responsibility for the brutal Ankara attack.

Yesterday, Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu blamed the YPG for the brutal terrorist attack in Ankara, which caused the death of 28 people.


The Syrian Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG) militia rejected the Turkish allegations that it was behind the brutal Ankara attack on February 17.

Then, a car bomb exploded targeting Turkish military vehicles causing the death of 28 people. All of the international community condemned the terrorist attack and a day after the attack, Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu, accused the YPG of orchestrating the attack.

However, according to Al Jazeera the YPG immediately rejected the Tur...


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