Turkey's ruling party suspends election rallies over bombing

October 12, 2015 15:38


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ANKARA- Turkey's ruling AK Party has suspended its rallies ahead of a November 1 parliamentary election until Friday in response to double suicide bombings that killed at least 97 people in Ankara, party spokesman Omer Celik said on Monday.

Speaking at a news conference, Celik said some of the party's subsequent rallies would be held under the banner of "unity against terror".

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