Two blasts at road junction in Turkish capital, 20 killed: Reports

Two explosions shook a road junction in the centre of the Turkish capital Ankara on Saturday, causing many casualties including 20 fatalities on Saturday, the Dogan news agency reported.

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The cause of the blasts was not immediately clear. Broadcaster CNN Turk said they occurred ahead of a planned “peace” march to protest against the conflict between the state and Kurdish militants in southeast Turkey.

Television footage from the news agency showed several people lying injured on the streets.

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