March 13, 2016
At least 27 people have been killed and 75 wounded in a car bombing in Turkey’s capital, the local governor’s office has said.
The explosion happened in the centre of Ankara around 6.45pm local time, the official statement said.
“The blast was caused by a vehicle packed with explosives close to Kizilay square,” it said.
Kizilay is a main shopping and transport hub close to the city’s embassy area.