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World - Investigators focus on home-grown Islamic State cell in Turkey bomb probe

By Humeyra Pamuk and Orhan Coskun ISTANBUL/ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkish investigators believe an Islamic State cell from the southeastern town of Adiyaman, thought to have been behind previous attacks in the country, may have carried out a double suicide bombing that killed 97 people in the capital Ankara. Turkey`s Human Rights Association said several families from the town had approached authorities in recent years expressing concern their sons could have left to join Islamic State in Syria. Two bombs exploded seconds apart on Saturday, targeting a rally of pro-Kurdish activists and civic groups near Ankara`s main train station, three weeks ahead of a general election.

Tuesday, October 13, 2015  18:36


World - Turkey`s Erdogan orders special state probe into Ankara attack

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Tuesday ordered Turkey`s State Supervisory Council (DDK) to conduct a special probe into the Ankara bombings that killed 97 people. `I ordered State Supervisory Council to undertake a comprehensive examination and investigation to handle this issue from a different perspective,` Erdogan told reporters in Ankara. The DDK is an inspection body attached to the Turkish presidency.

Tuesday, October 13, 2015  18:36


Europe - Q&A: Turkey and the Aftermath of the Ankara Bombing

A correspondent discusses the deadly attack, the president`s response and the country`s political situation as snap parliamentary elections approach.

Tuesday, October 13, 2015  19:30


Most Recent - Ankara bombings: Suspicious package detonated

Tuesday, October 13, 2015  11:25


Middle East - Ankara attack: DNA hunt for bombers

Two days have passed since bombs tore through crowds at a peace rally in Turkey, and still no group has claimed responsibility for the country`s deadliest single terrorist attack.

Tuesday, October 13, 2015  03:20


World - Exclusive: Syrian army, allies preparing attack in Aleppo area - sources

By Laila Bassam BEIRUT (Reuters) - The Syrian army and allied Iranian and Hezbollah forces are preparing for a ground offensive against insurgents in the Aleppo area backed by Russian air strikes, two senior regional officials familiar with the plans said on Tuesday. A big government offensive in the area near the Turkish border is likely to further anger NATO member Ankara, which has backed insurgents fighting Assad and has already expressed deep concern over Russian air strikes that have targeted them. Control of Aleppo city and the surrounding province is divided among the Syrian government, a range of insurgent groups fighting Assad, and the Islamic State group that controls some rural areas near the city.

Tuesday, October 13, 2015  22:50


World - Tunisia, EU launch talks on free trade agreement

Tunisia and the European Union launched negotiations Tuesday for a free trade agreement, a deal some Tunisian experts fear could undermine their economy despite assurances to the contrary from Brussels. The European Commission says the Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement (DCFTA) would help support economic reforms in the North African country, which is trying to consolidate democracy after a 2011 uprising that ousted an autocratic regime. `The aim of the agreement is to improve market access opportunities and the investment climate and support ongoing economic reforms in Tunisia,` it said on its website.

Tuesday, October 13, 2015  20:05


World - Turkish PM: Suicide bombers `originated` from Syria

ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Turkey has intelligence suggesting that militants `originating` from Syria were planning to carry out attacks in Turkey, the country`s president said Tuesday, but added that no groups were being ruled out in the investigation into a deadly attack on a peace rally.

Tuesday, October 13, 2015  19:48


World - Tunisia struggles to reform in face of protests

By Tarek Amara TUNIS (Reuters) - Tunisia is under pressure to speed up economic reforms, especially after two deadly attacks this year on its tourism industry, but the government is struggling with internal splits and resistance from trade unions and political opponents. Since its 2011 revolution, the North African state has completed a transition to democracy, an achievement for which a quartet of organizations won the Nobel Peace Prize last week, but international lenders want more economic reforms to curb high public spending. Against those demands, the government must manage the frustrations of ordinary Tunisians, mindful that it was poverty and lack of economic opportunity that prompted a young street vendor to burn himself to death and set in motion the uprising that ousted veteran autocrat Zine El Abidine Ben Ali.

Tuesday, October 13, 2015  16:13


World - Turkey probes IS attack link as Erdogan set to break silence

Turkish investigators were on Tuesday seeking to firm up suspicions that Islamic State (IS) jihadists were behind the double suicide bombings in Ankara that killed 97, as President Recep Tayyip Erdogan was due to break days of silence over the blasts. Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said Monday that the IS group was the prime suspect for the attack, Turkey`s deadliest ever, which targeted a rally of labour, leftist and Kurdish activists. Erdogan, under fire over alleged security lapses, was due to make his first public remarks since the attacks at an evening press conference with visiting Finnish President Sauli Niinisto.

Tuesday, October 13, 2015  15:01

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