10/10/2015 Two bombs in Ankara kill more than 100 people
Death toll rises in bombings in Turkey
At least 95 killed Saturday near Ankara by blasts at peace rally
Bombings a Sign of Turkey’s Deep Troubles
Turkey: Monday dawns as the Ankara bombing death toll rises to 128
Erdogan: Ankara attacks were a "collective" effort
In 2015 in Ankara, the capital city of Turkey, two bombs were detonated outside Ankara Central railway station. With a death toll of 109 civilians, the attack surpassed the 2013 Reyhanlı bombings as the deadliest terror attack in modern Turkish history. Another 500 people were injured.
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