At least 86 dead as of 15:53 in Ankara explosions. AKP’s Turkey cannot even provide security in its own capital…

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Ankara Tren Garı kavşağında patlama




The aftermath of twin explosions outside Ankara’s main train station on Saturday morning. The blasts appear to have targeted hundreds of people who had gathered to protest violence between authorities and Kurdish separatist group, the PKK. Turkish government officials said the explosion was a terrorist attack and are investigating the claim that a suicide bomber was responsible

The explosions on Saturday took place before a planned demonstration against the conflict between Kurdish militants and the government in Turkey’s southeast.

Güvenlik kamerasından Ankara’da patlama görüntüleri

Footage posted to social media shows the moment one of two bomb blasts goes off during a peace rally in the centre of the Turkish capital on Saturday. Government officials said the explosion was a terrorist attack and are investigating the claim that a suicide bomber was responsible. The country’s prime minister, Ahmet Davutoğlu, is to hold a meeting with government officials and security chiefs in response to the attack

As corteges gather an explosion took place prior to Ankara Peace Rally. There are many dead and wounded. Davutoğlu gathers with ministers. First statements by Demirtaş and Kılıçdaroğlu have come.
Hürriyet Gazetesi Okur Temsilcisi Faruk Bildirici patlama bölgesini anlattı
A security footage of the twin blast in the capital Ankara, which killed at least 30 and injured 126, has been released
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Twin blasts in the capital Ankara targeting a peace rally left at least 30 dead and 126 wounded as hundreds of bodies were covered by banners and flags. Here are the first images from the scene
Turkey’s allies and international organizations have joined in unison condemnation of the deadly attack which killed dozens of people in the capital city of Ankara
The outlawed Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) called on its fighters to halt activities in Turkey unless they face an attack, a news website close to the organization said

Pre-electoral PACE delegation voices concerns over Turkey’s early elections

A delegation of Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) voiced concerns over pressure on media, recent violence on political party premises and highly disproportionate coverage of different political parties by state-owned media during their meeting in Ankara Oct. 5-6.
Voting for the snap elections on Nov. 1 has started at Turkey’s representatives in foreign countries and at border gates across the country.
HDP Mardin deputy Mehmet Aslan asked a parliamentary question about marginalizing and discriminating expressions in Turkish Language Association against Arabs.
Men have killed 29 women in September, in addition four women allegedly committed suicide. 14.5 percent of women killed because they wanted to break up/divorce or rejected their lovers’ proposal to make up.
‘Turkey suffering from mass fascism since Gezi protests’
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In the Abant Platform meeting on Wednesday, during which experts gathered to discuss the success of social opposition and protests both in Turkey and across the globe, Murat Özbank, an assistant professor at İstanbul Bilgi University, said Turkey since
Bookmakers say AKP likely to fall short of majority again
The Turkish Armed Forces (TSK) have been “actually waging a war” for the last few months, a top commander has said, referring to military operations launched against bases of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) in northern Iraq.
Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu has joined criticism of Turkey’s top election authority for its refusal to call for the relocation of ballot boxes in several eastern and southeastern districts, though Deputy Prime Minister Tuğrul Türkeş voiced confidence that security forces and local administrations would find a “formula” for a safe election
PM Davutoğlu has deplored a tweeted image of a corpse tied to the back of a security vehicle being dragged along a street in southeast Turkey where security forces are battling militants of the outlawed PKK

Up to 400,000 security forces, including military, taking measures for election security in Turkey

Almost 400,000 security forces, including units from the Land Forces Command, have been taking measures to provide security before the Nov. 1 snap election amid continued clashes between security forces and militants of the outlawed PKK, Interior Minister Selami Altınok has stated.
A local court in Turkey’s southeastern province of Diyarbakır has fined the Ministry of Defense a total of 548,000 Turkish Liras for pecuniary and non-pecuniary damages to a victim, who died in custody allegedly due to torture.
Journalist Hakan’s perpetrators stated to the police they were offered 29, 850 Euros to attack him and the instructions were given by a state man. However, the perpetrators changed their testimonies at the court.

Jens Stoltenberg also says US-led Nato alliance has received reports of Russian military buildup, including ground troops and ships, in Syria

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