PKK or affiliates behind Ankara bombing, initial findings suggest

ANKARA - Initial findings suggest the outlawed Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) or an affiliated group was responsible for a car bombing in the Turkish capital Ankara on Sunday that killed 27 people and wounded 75 more, a security official said.
"According to initial findings, it seems that this attack has been carried out either by the PKK or an affiliated organization," the official told Reuters.
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