Turkish Violence Rocks Capital City as Bombing Kills 95

  • `Peace and democracy' attack deadliest in recent history
  • Explosions come less than 3 weeks before Turkey's repeat vote

People gather at the site of an explosion close to Ankara's main train station on October 10, 2015 in Ankara, Turkey.

Photographer: Muammer Tan/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images

Bomb explosions in Turkey’s capital killed at least 95 people on Saturday in the deadliest terror attack in the nation’s recent history as fallout from Syria’s civil war fuels political and ethnic tensions ahead of elections next month.

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