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Turkish government focused on ISIS in investigation of Saturday’s two explosions in Ankara

The Turkish government considers ISIS as the main suspect of two explosions in Ankara on Saturday
Turkish government focused on ISIS in investigation of Saturday's two explosions in Ankara

Although no group has claimed responsibility for the two bombs explosions in Ankara, Turkish investigation believed two suicide bombers of ISIS carried out the attack killing at least 97 people and injuring 250 more. Thus, the Prime Minister of Turkey, Ahmet Davutoglu, said the members of the terrorist organization “Islamic State” is the prime suspects of the investigation, Joinfo.ua reports with the reference to CNN.

On Saturday two powerful bombs exploded at peace march near the main train station in Ankara. About 14,000 people came to attend the demonstration calling to end war between the Kurdish PKK organization and the Turkish government.

Turkish PM said this terrorist act aimed to influence the results of the parliamentary elections scheduled on November 1.

“This is an attack on the whole of Turkey. This is an attack directed at our democracy and at our people as a whole,” – Davutoglu said on TV.

Most of the victims will be buried today. From Sunday Turkey declared three days of mourning over the bombings.