Court in Ankara has ruled to ban Facebook, Twitter and other sites after the terrorist attack shots hit the social network, reported Reuters citing local media.
Some Turkish users said they have problems when logging in. Last year, Turkey has blocked access to Twitter after posting photos where militants held a Prosecutor at gunpoint.
The blast occurred on Sunday night in the heart of the Turkish capital - near one of the offices of the Turkish Prime Minister of Turkey when a large group of people was standing at a bus stop.
According to recent reports, a terrorist attack caused a death toll of 34 people and left 125 injured.