A court in Ankara has ruled that any information pertaining to the terror attack that took place in Turkey on October 10 be banned from publishing, Нurriyet reports.

Under the verdict, all kinds of news, including critical and analytical information, as well as interviews in any medias, such as papers, radio and social media, are prohibited from being published. The ban will be in place pending end of investigation.

It was reported earlier that a suicide bomber triggered a blast at an antiwar rally held outside Ankara’s railway station, killing some 100 people and wounding 200.