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It is very hard for the Turkish gov’t or AKP trolls to admit, but ISIS is the most obvious perpetrator in #AnkaraBombings

In Uncategorized on October 12, 2015 at 16:24

The Turkish Prime Minister’s Office has confirmed the twin blasts that rocked capital Ankara were caused by two suicide bombers
Turkish Internet users have answered a number of questions about the Oct. 10 Ankara bombing in a poll conducted by Poltio
ISIL is considered a prime suspect in the double suicide bombings that killed at least 97 in Ankara. Here are the five leads that point to ISIL’s involvement in the attacks
Turkey blames Islamic State for Ankara bombings

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.

HDP Co-Chair Demirtaş has said, “I don’t find mass meetings necessary from now on. We also would like to hold chirpy election campaigns with music, but conditions for this are now absent.”
CHP Leader Kılıçdaroğlu: “Minister of the Interior and Minister of Justice must resign.” HDP Co-Chair Demirtaş: “Perpetrators will be put on trial, they can’t escape from prison without suffering the consequences.”
Following the bomb attack on Peace Rally in Ankara, nationwide strikes and protests of suspending life are being held.

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

ISIL is the focus of investigations into a twin suicide bombing that killed at least 97 people in the Turkish capital Ankara and investigators are close to identifying one of the suspects, Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu said on Oct. 12.
My dear child. They killed your uncle Tayfun. We will hide it from you because we want to hide from you a bit more what a bad place the world is.
Prime Minister Davutoğlu stated the perpetrators of Ankara bombing were ‘suicide bombers,’ and the information about their identities, organizations and how they came to the venue was reached.
After bombs killed scores at a rally, the Turkish government has launched an ugly blame game, but the opposition HDP’s peaceful response hints it has an important role to play
The chancellor would meet President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu for talks on “the joint battle against terrorism, the situation in Syria and managing the refugee crisis,” said Steffen Seibert on Oct. 12.
The Justice and Development Party (AKP), holder of the caretaker government, has decided to suspend holding election rallies until Oct. 16 in the aftermath of the Oct. 10 suicide bombing in the run-up to the snap elections on Nov.1.
The Turkish capital of Ankara was the center of headlines when two explosions hit a peace rally at the city’s main train station Saturday [Oct. 10], a terror act with one of the biggest fatalities in history. The sad news came just days before its anniversary of becoming the capital of a newly-founded Turkish Republic on Oct. 13, 1923
NATO Secretary-general Jens Stoltenberg on Oct. 12 urged Turkey to be “proportionate” in the way it responded to terrorist attacks even though it had suffered from crises in the Middle East more than any other NATO member.
Deteriorated security conditions, especially in Turkey’s southeast, as well as attacks on political parties and on media freedom “do not make for an ideal situation” before the upcoming general election, the head of the OSCE’s election observer mission has said, following the deadliest terror attack in Turkey’s history
Oct. 10 is already registered as another black day in Turkish history, after two bomb blasts killed almost 100 men and women gathered to demonstrate in the name of peace and democracy
Turkey’s leading labor unions and work organizations have declared a general strike Oct. 12-13 in order to protest Oct. 10’s double suicide bombing in Ankara
The wounded man seen hugging his injured wife in the iconic image captured by Reuters photographer Tümay Berkin in the aftermath of Ankara bombing was İzzettin Çevik
A police officer has died after the firearm of an armored vehicle discharged accidentally, fatally wounding the officer in Turkey’s southeastern province of Diyarbakır.

9-year-old Helin killed in Diyarbakır, 3-year-old Tevriz killed in Adana

It was stated that during the clashes in Turkey’s southeastern Sur district of Diyarbakır province, 9-year-old Helin Şen got shot in the head to death with three bullets while 3-year-old Tevriz Dora was killed by a bullet hitting his head in Adana where the bomb attack which claimed 97 lives was protested.
Turkey’s nationalist leader has refused a request for an appointment with the leader of Turkey’s social-democrat party, solely citing “inconvenient timing” as the reason for his refusal
The Turkish Interior Ministry has announced that it has “suspended two personnel” over the notorious dragging of an alleged outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) militant’s dead body through the streets of Şırnak in southeast Turkey in the beginning of October
At least 50 suspects purportedly with links to the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) have been detained in anti-terror police operations in multiple provinces of Turkey, with security sources saying ISIL is behind the Ankara bombing that killed more than 90 people and left several hundred wounded
A police officer has been killed after a weapon on an armored vehicle discharged accidentally in Turkey’s southeastern province of Diyarbakır, in the wake of an outbreak of violence across the country, including a recent bomb attack in the Turkish capital that killed dozens and wounded hundreds of others.

Vía Erkan’s Field Diary

New photo from Facebook October 12, 2015 at 04:00PM

In Uncategorized on October 12, 2015 at 15:00
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