Two explosions struck the centre of the Turkish capital Ankara on Saturday morning, Oct. 10. According to the preliminary information, at least 20 people have been killed and dozens more injured.
Explosions happened ahead of a 'peace march' near the city's train terminal.
The participants of the march arranged by the trade unions moved to the venue of the main part of the rally.
Information on the number of victims is being specified. Information about the cause of the explosions, as well as the organizers is also absent.
The Ukrainian Embassy in Turkey has not yet provided information on the presence of Ukrainian citizens among the dead.