Another suspect in last October's bomb attack that killed more than 100 people in the Turkish capital Ankara has been remanded in custody, security sources said on Monday.
The suspect, Haci Ali Durmaz, who had been detained in Turkey's southeastern Gaziantep province, was remanded in custody after appearing in an Ankara court on Monday, said security sources who spoke on condition of anonymity for safety reasons.
Durmaz was charged with murder, attempted murder and "aiming to undermine the constitutional order".
The sources added that the number of the imprisoned with regards to the case had increased to 10.
In October 2015, more than 100 people were killed by twin bomb attacks at a peace rally in Ankara. The attack was blamed on the terrorist group Daesh.