Ankara spontaneous demoOut of their grief and anger, a spontaneous rally on Sunday morning...Thousands of Turks gathered in the capital Ankara...on the first of three days of national mourning...They expressed their outrage after the deadliest attack on Turkish soil: Saturday's twin bomb blasts during a peace rally...Many of them blaming President Reccep Tayyip Erdogan for the country's growing violence.UPSOT people chantingAKP, thief, killer state will be held to accountSOT DEMONSTRATOR, PELIN BEKTAS, We are in great pain, but we prefer to show our anger. This attack is not the first one and maybe not the last. As long as the AKP party continues to disseminate propaganda to start a war, people who are in favour of peace will continue to die. This situation must end. The regime of the palace must go.As families begin burying their dead, the leader of the pro Kurdish HDP party urged demonstrators to attend funerals...SOT DEMIRTASLast night, with their families, we began to bid farewell to the victims. The funerals of our comrades must be met by hundreds of thousands of people, everywhere they are sent to.Flowers, police, cordoned off At the site of the blasts, small scuffles broke out between police and mourners, wanting to enter the cordoned off area to pay their respects...A small group were eventually allowed in briefly...Meanwhile, the Prime Minister's office has imposed a temporary ban on broadcasting images from the attacks for what they say is public security .There's been no immediate claim of responsibility...The Turkish government has suggested that the Islamic State group or Kurdish rebels could be behind the attacks.
Ankara spontaneous demoOut of their grief and anger, a spontaneous rally on Sunday morning...Thousands of Turks gathered in the capital Ankara...on the first of three days of national mourning...They expressed their outrage after the deadliest attack
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