Blasts in Turkish capital kill at least 20 people, local media reports

By REUTERS
October 10, 2015 11:13

 
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ANKARA - At least 20 people were killed in explosions on Saturday outside the main train station in the Turkish capital Ankara where people were gathering for a peace march, Dogan news agency reported.

A Reuters reporter at the scene saw at least 15 bodies covered by flags, with bloodstains and body parts scattered on the road.

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