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The car bomb in Ankara is the latest in a string of attacks in Turkey, which began in Diyarbakır last June
17 February 2016: Ankara
28 dead, 60 injured
A car bomb exploded during rush-hour traffic in central Ankara, in an attack targeting military personnel.
14 January 2016: Diyarbakır
Six dead, 39 injured
A bomb was detonated at the entrance of the Çınar district police complex, with attackers then reportedly firing rockets at the police HQ. A baby was killed in the attack. No group claimed responsibility, but officials blamed the Kurdistan Workers’ party (PKK).
Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reports 500 insurgents and Islamist fighters headed for town of Azaz where anti-Assad forces have lost ground
At least 500 rebels on Wednesday crossed the Turkish border, a monitor said, and headed for the Syrian town of Azaz in northern Aleppo province where opposition forces have suffered setbacks at the hands of Kurdish fighters.
At least five people reportedly killed in attack in country’s south-east as government blames Kurdish rebels for attack that killed 28 one day earlier
Turkey’s deputy prime minister Numan Kurtulmus says on Wednesday that a car bomb has killed at least 28 people in the capital, Ankara. Kurtulmus also confirms that 61 people were injured when a vehicle carrying explosives detonated next to another vehicle carrying military personnel. There has been no immediate claim of responsibility
Explosion in Turkey’s capital has killed at least 28 people and injured 60 more
Thousands of Syrians arrive at the Turkish border north of Aleppo on Thursday following increased fighting in the region. Video filmed by an eyewitness and local news agency SMART shows men, women and children carrying their belongings, walking towards the border crossing at Bab al-Salameh in northern Syria, some 30 miles north of Aleppo. Government troops and their allies broke through rebel defences to reach two Shia villages in northern Aleppo province on Wednesday
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