Peace rally bombed in Turkey

Courtesy photo Associated Press

Courtesy photo Associated Press

Two bombs exploded seconds apart from each other during a peace rally in Ankara, Turkey on Saturday, killing at least 86 and wounding another 186, according to The Associated Press.

The bombs exploded outside Ankara’s main railway station during a peace rally calling for more democracy and an end to the violence between Kurdish rebels and Turkish security forces, according to the AP.

As of yet, no one has claimed responsibility for the attack, according to the AP.

“The greatest and most meaningful response to this attack is the solidarity and determination we will show against,” said Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

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