Explosions at the main railway station in the Turkish capital Ankara are qualifying as a terrorist act. Eyewitnesses claim that the explosion was carried out by suicide bombers, but the authorities haven’t yet confirmed this version.
According to recent data, resulting in two or even three explosions killed at least 20 people, about 100 people were injured. These data are likely to be changed, as the authorities haven’t yet officially commented on the incident.
At the explosion site are working medics. Explosions thundered under the overpass that leads to the station. There trade unionists was holding a rally, which was agreed with the authorities. People had been planning to advocate peace and condemn terrorism.