Ankara bombing: Protesters clash with police following terrorist attack in Turkey

Demonstrators angry at turkish security forces following the countries most deadly terrorist attack that led to the deaths of 95 people.

Megan Townsend
Monday 12 October 2015 10:56 BST
Turkey: Protesters clash with police after Ankara blasts

Petrol bombs and rocks were launched at police trucks as protesters took to the streets of Ankara on Saturday night after a terrorist blast in the area killed 95 people, the countries worst terrorist attack to date.

Resentment to authorities has reached an all-time high as many in the area believe the state may have been involved, or had prior knowledge of the attack.

The Turkish AKP "The Justice and Development Party" have vowed to bring those responsible to justice.

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