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Thursday, 18 February 2016

Ankara blast, Turkey vows retaliation

18 feb 2016, The blast happened near the parliament and the military headquarters. Deputy Prime Minister Hussein buzdk called the attack "a terrorist act" Turkey's government has vowed to take tough action against those who cross the border Turkish bombing in the capital Ankara. The blast killed at least 28 people and wounded 61 others. The country Tayyip Erdogan said: "Turkey at any time, may not refrain from any use of the right of defense at any point." A few hours after the bombing in Ankara President Erdogan said in a statement issued by "our commitment to respond to the attacks of this kind in the country and across the border is strengthened." A military convoy when a car bomb exploded this time packed with explosives, according to the governor's house in Ankara was passing near him. The blast happened near the parliament and the military headquarters. Deputy Prime Minister Hussein buzdk called the attack "a terrorist act". Witnesses said the explosion sounds were heard throughout the city, and saw massive smoke cloud. Several hours after the explosion, Mr Erdogan said that because of this type in the country and cross-border attacks in a statement of our commitment is strong. " Image copyright Reuters Image caption : President Tayyip Erdogan said that Turkey may not be avoided at any time, any place or the right to defend themselves on any occasion According to Reuters, President Erdogan has canceled his visit to Azerbaijan. Earlier, Reuters reported that the Turkish military has confirmed that the explosion occurred near a military convoy while waiting at a traffic signal. After the blast, the Turkish Prime Minister Ahmed Davutoglu had already canceled his visit to Brussels. Investigation explosion prime minister said in a statement released by the House began. The United States has condemned the car bomb attack in Ankara that he stands with Turkey as a NATO ally. Said the statement from the White House that the terrorist organization is the Turkish partner in the fight against Islamic wealth. The BBC says BBC correspondent in Istanbul Celine gryt recent series of attacks in Turkey increased and are worried that there might be another major attack in the country

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