Prime minister says authorities close to identifying one of suicide attackers who killed at least 128 at peace rally
Turkey is focusing on Islamic State in its investigation into a twin bombing that killed at least 128 people in Ankara, and are close to identifying one of the bombers, the prime minister has said.
Police fire teargas, rubber bullets and water cannon at demonstrators in the city of Diyarbakir in south-east Turkey on Sunday. More than 10,000 people marched through the streets of the predominantly Kurdish-populated city of Diyarbakir, holding a minute’s silence for the victims of Saturday’s explosions in Ankara. Clashes with police broke out after the rally ended peacefully