21 February 2018

Suspect of 2015 Ankara bombing remanded

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The suspect of last October's bomb attack in Ankara that killed 103 people has been remanded in custody, Anadolu Agency reported.

The suspect Nihat Urkmez who had been detained in Turkey's eastern Elazig province, was remanded after appearing in an Ankara court on Thursday, said security sources who spoke on condition of anonymity due to safety reasons.

The security sources added that more detentions could occur as the investigation progresses.

In October 2015, 103 people were killed by twin bomb attacks at a peace rally in the Turkish capital Ankara. The attack was blamed on the terrorist group Daesh.

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