Iran condemns deadly blasts in Turkish capital
Iran has condemned the two deadly bomb blasts that hit a rally in the Turkish capital, Ankara, extending condolences to the Turkish government and nation, Press TV reported.
Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Marzieh Afkham on Saturday expressed deep sorrow over the tragic attack and offered Tehran's sympathy to the families of the victims.
On Saturday, twin explosions targeted activists who had convened outside Ankara's main train station for a peace rally organised by leftist and pro-Kurdish opposition groups. Ankara has said 86 people were killed and 186 wounded in the attacks.