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Mar 14, 2016
ANKARA: Several people were killed and many more wounded in a blast in the heart of the Turkish capital Ankara on Sunday, local media reported, speaking of an attack.
Ambulances rushed to the scene of the explosion on Kizilay square, a key hub in the city, and television pictures showed burnt-out vehicles including a bus.
A local news channel said the explosion occurred as a car slammed into a bus, suggesting that the blast may have been caused by a car bomb. Several vehicles had caught fire, it said.
Police sealed off the area and pushed onlookers and journalists back, warning there could be a second bomb.
It comes just weeks after almost 30 people were killed in a car bomb attack targeting the military in the city on February 18.
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