Fatal explosion hits transit hub in Turkish capital Ankara
Blast rips through bus in Kizilay neighbourhood, killing at least 27 people
At least 27 people have died after a car bomb exploded in the Turkish capital Ankara, less than a month after a suicide car bomber killed dozens of military personnel and civilians in the city.
The number of fatalities were confirmed by the office of Mehmet Kiliçer, Ankara’s governor. At least 75 people were injured in the blast on Sunday. The governor’s office also confirmed that the explosion was caused by a car bomb.