Two intense impacts shook the Turkish capital of Ankara early Saturday morning, killing no less than 86 individuals and injuring scores of others in the deadliest assault on the country's dirt in late history.
The blasts, which came seconds separated soon after 10 a.m., happened amid a swarmed peace rally close to Ankara's focal train station, where several demonstrators — a large number of them supporters of the star Kurdish People's Democratic Party (HDP) — had assembled to dissent heightening viciousness between Turkish security powers and Kurdish separatist agitators.

No less than 186 individuals were injured in the savagery, Turkey's Health Minister
Mehmet Muezzinoglu said in a broadcast question and answer session, including the loss of life was prone to rise.

Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said there were solid signs that the assaults were completed by two suicide aircraft and proclaimed three days of national grieving

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