Obama talks with Erdogan, condemns bombing in Turkey

By REUTERS
September 21, 2011 00:49

 
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NEW YORK - US President Barack Obama condemned a deadly bombing in Ankara on Tuesday, as he met Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly.

"This reminds us that terrorism exists in many parts of the world, and Turkey and the United States are going to be strong partners in preventing terrorism," Obama told reporters at the start of their meeting in New York.

An explosion from a suspected car bomb ripped through a street in the Turkish capital, Ankara, earlier on Tuesday near a neighborhood housing government buildings, killing three people and wounding 15, Interior Minister Naim Sahin said.

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