October 10, two explosions rocked Ankara, Turkey's capital causing multiple casualties.
According to Turkish news agency Doga, at least 20 people are reported to have been killed. Their bodies remain at the place of the explosion while the bodies of wounded were taken to the nearby hospitals.
Two bombs exploded near the capital's main train station where a peace rally was scheduled to take place today.
The march called for an end to the violence with the Kurdish separatist group, the PKK and democracy.
The march was due to start at 12:00 local time.
CHP, Turkey's main opposition party leader, Kilicdaroglu in an immediate address following the blast said these were very sad news. "Turkey, does not deserve this tragedy. We will continue our fight against terrorism", said Kilicdaroglu.