Ankara Bombers are already found out to be pro-ISIS, but AKP’s Kurdish phobia prevents them admitting…

Supporters in Konya refused to observe a moment of silence for the victims of the Oct. 10 Ankara Massacre ahead of a critical Euro 2016 qualifier between Turkey and Iceland

Here is the video of assholes who cannot stand any kind of mourning. Sound of evil:

Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu told Reuters on Oct. 14 some of the suspects in a suicide bombing that killed 97 people in Ankara had spent months in Syria and that they could be linked to ISIL or to PKK militants
Turkey has summoned ambassadors from both Russia and the U.S. regarding ties with Kurdish forces in Syria, Turkish Prime Minister Davutoğlu has said, reacting to any probable arms support to groups which have ties with the outlawed PKK.
Broadcast ban has been imposed on the investigation as to bomb attack which left 97 people dead in Ankara
The two suicide bombers who perpetrated Turkey’s deadliest terrorist attack ever on Oct. 10 in Ankara have been identified, with one of them an ISIL member whose brother killed 33 people on July 20 in Suruç in a separate bombing.
The President Erdoğan stated he appointed the State Supervisory Council for Ankara bombing.
Eighteen people from a family living in the southeastern province of Siirt have been killed in the Ankara bombing, a relative of the family has said
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has responded angrily to a question over claims that his rule amounts to a dictatorship at a press conference with foreign journalists.

CHP leader questions if Ankara attackers were on ‘suicide bombers list’

The responsibility for the Oct. 10 twin suicide bombings in Ankara is on government’s shoulders, says CHP leader Kılıçdaroğlu, also criticizing PM Davutoğlu’s ‘suicide bombers list’ remarks
Altıparmak in response to Davutoğlu’s statement “You cannot arrest someone as long as that person doesn’t realize the act or as long as there is no data concerning that act” has said “No one can justify such a ridiculous thing.”
Y.E.A and Ö.D.D have been brought forward as suicide bombers of Ankara bomb attack. Ö.D.D’s father claimed his son is still in Syria.

After 96 hours:

President Erdoğan paid homage on Oct. 14 at the site of weekend twin bombings in Ankara, as he seeks to deflect criticism of alleged security lapses over the country’s deadliest attack
The Syrian crisis will drag the whole world into a vortex if the problem is not rightly handled, the Turkish president has said, indirectly criticizing Russia and Iran for supporting the Bashar al-Assad regime though it commits state terror on its own people.
The Republican People’s Party (CHP) has decided to completely cancel all its public election rallies, while the Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) has opted to continue as planned with the rest of its campaign rallies ahead of the Nov. 1 snap election
The Turkish Interior Ministry has suspended provincial security officials over the Oct. 10 Ankara bombings which killed at least 97 people

Turkey suspends Ankara security chiefs

Three senior security officials are suspended in the wake of bombings that left 97 people dead in the Turkish capital, Ankara.
A correspondent discusses the deadly attack, the president’s response and the country’s political situation as snap parliamentary elections approach.
Many users in Turkey were unable to access Twitter on Oct 10, the social networking site said, after at least 86 people were killed in the capital Ankara in twin bombings
The attack has further escalated the political tension in the country only 20 days before a parliamentary re-election. Polls show that a similar outcome to the June 7 elections is more likely and could force a coalition gov’t

Turkey is in shock – but many will have seen this attack coming

As Turkey comes to terms with the worst terrorist outrage in its history, the dealings of Tayyip Erdoğan’s government will come under scrutiny

The blame for the horrific bomb attacks in Ankara that killed 86 people at a rally involving Kurdish peace activists is likely to fall on Islamic State terrorists operating across Turkey’s long border with Syria and Iraq. But the proximity of Turkish general elections, due on 1 November, is certain to raise suspicions among opposition parties that dark forces supportive of the hardline government led by president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan may be involved.

Former AKP official Zeynep Jane Kandur debates Hurriyet Daily News columnist Mustafa Akyol on media freedoms in Turkey.
Daily newspaper Sözcü’s Necati Doğru has become the latest journalist in Turkey to be found guilty of “insulting President Erdoğan,” sentenced to 11 months and 20 days in jail
Selahattin Demirtaş, co-head of the HDP harshly criticized both government and President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan for the Ankara attack that claimed at least 86 lives
It seems the same results will show up for the voters in Trabzon while Rize people embrace Erdoğan as their ‘fellow townsman’.
Turkey’s top business group has announced it will hold open meetings with political party leaders ahead of the Nov. 1 elections in a written statement on Oct. 13.

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