BREAKING Ankara explosion: An explosion occurred in the Turkish capital Ankara, but the cause is still unknown.
The Telegraph.co.uk writes: Ankara explosion: 28 people killed and 61 hurt after ‘terror attack’ in central district. Ankara governor says the huge explosion is believed to have been a car bomb as witnesses shared images of the scene on social media
According to Reuters: Turkish TV reports large number of people injured in explosion in Ankara. Police official says the blast was caused by a vehicle exploding.
According to RT: A large explosion rocked the Turkish capital of Ankara, Wednesday evening, with reports indicating a military dormitory had been targeted in the bombing. Reports suggest at least five people were killed in the blast, with several others injured.
The the terrifying moment when people start running for their lifes as the explosion is heard:
But nothing is clear:
Media reports say a large explosion, believed to have been caused by a bomb, has injured several people in the Turkish capital. Dogan news agency says Wednesday’s explosion occurred near military lodgings. The explosion caused a large fire and dark smoke could be seen billowing from a distance. Police told The Associated Press it is investigating the cause of the explosion.
Terror attack? What do you think?