Suicide bomber involved in terrorist attack in Turkey identified
Baku, Azerbaijan, Oct.14
By Rufiz Hafizoglu - Trend:
One of the suicide bombers involved in the terrorist attack in Turkey's Ankara city Oct.10 has been identified, Yenisafak newspaper reported citing the Turkish National Intelligence Organization.
The suicide bomber, whose name hasn't been made public, is a Turkish citizen.
Currently, investigation is underway to reveal whether this suicide bomber has ties to the "Islamic State" terrorist organization.
Two explosions occurred in Turkey's capital Ankara on Oct.10 before the rally organized by trade unions and public organizations under the slogan "Work, peace and democracy" as a sign of protest against the violence due to the Turkish-Kurdish conflict in the country's south-east.
The death toll reached 97 people as a result of the explosions near the railway station in Ankara and the number of the injured has reached 246.
Earlier, the Turkish National Intelligence Organization warned about the possibility of repeated terrorist attacks in the country. The organization said that another 20 suicide bombers are preparing to commit a terrorist attack in various cities of Turkey.
Edited by SI
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