lördag 10 oktober 2015

86 Fredsdemonstranter Massakrerades i Turkiskt Bombattentat - minst 186 skadade

Ett bombdåd mot en fredsdemonstration i Turkiet dödade minst 86 människor, mestadels ungdomar. Nästan 200 rapporteras vara skadade så dödstalet väntas stiga...

Death toll in Turkish bomb blasts rises to 86 (Graphic)

Publicerades den 10 okt. 2015 PressTV News Videos
At least 86 people are killed and nearly 190 injured after twin bomb explosions rock Turkey’s capital Ankara.

Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu convened a security meeting following the powerful explosions. Several of the cabinet members attended the meeting. 
The government has described the incident as a terrorist attack. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says the attack aims to target Turkey's peace and unity. 
Meanwhile, the leader of the opposition Republican People’s Party has reacted to the bombing, questioning the government’s ability to maintain peace and security. 
Russia has also commented on the incident, saying the bombings confirm that Ankara needs to consolidate its efforts with regional countries to tackle terrorism. EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini has urged Turkey to stand united against terrorism.
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  1. Blast Shakes Ankara Just in Time to Justify NATO Incursion into Syria

    Source: Land Destroyer

    A massive blast has killed at least 30 and injured over 100 more in NATO-member Turkey’s capital of Ankara. The blast appears to have targeted the pro-Kurdish Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) who was holding a peace rally at the moment of the explosion.

    CNN would report in their article, “30 killed in bombing near main train station in Turkey’s capital,” that:

    At least one powerful bomb hit near the main train station in the Turkish capital Saturday morning, killing 30 people,authorities said, making it the deadliest attack in Ankara in recent memory.

    It would also claim that:
    No group has yet claimed responsibility for the attack, though suspicion immediately fell on the ISIS terrorist group or on Kurdish separatists in Turkey.

    Turkey avoided, for quite some time, any conflict with ISIS, perhaps in exchange for the release earlier this year of dozens of Turkish hostages seized in the Iraqi city of Mosul. No details of those negotiations have been released.

    However, Turkey recently changed its stance and allowed the U.S. to launch strikes on ISIS from the Incirlik Air Base in southern Turkey.

    While CNN attempts to portray Turkey as holding a generally hostile stance toward the so-called “Islamic State” (ISIS), it finally admits toward the end of its report that:

    New reports have said that many Turks have joined ISIS’ ranks and that Turks, many of whom have been recruiting in Ankara, may make up a third of ISIS’ ranks.





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