At least 34 people have been killed and another 125 wounded in a suicide car bombing in the Turkish capital of Ankara this evening.
The Turkish health minister said tonight, that one or two of the casualties were the perpetrators of the attack. He added that 125 people were being treated at hospitals, and that 19 of the wounded were in serious condition.
The bomb exploded close to bus stops near a park at Ankara’s main square, Kizila, as a car slammed into a bus.
No organization has claimed responsibility for the attack yet. A Turkish security official said that initial findings suggest the attack was carried out by the Kurdish PKK militant group or an affiliated group.
Turkey’s interior minister said that investigation into the attack was due to be finished by tomorrow, Monday.