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People try to help an injured woman after an explosion during a peace march in Ankara, Turkey, October 10, 2015 (Reuters)
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Police forensic experts examine the scene following explosions during a peace march in Ankara, Turkey, October 10, 2015 (Reuters)
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A bomb disposal officer inspects a suspected suitcase that proved to be empty at the scene of an explosion in Ankara, Turkey, Saturday, Oct. 10, 2015 (AP)
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A man cries over the body of a victim, at the site of an explosion in Ankara, Turkey, Saturday, Oct. 10, 2015 (AP)
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People surround the area where bodies of victims are covered with flags and banners at the site of an explosion in Ankara, Turkey, Saturday, Oct. 10, 2015 (AP)
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People tend to victims at the site of an explosion in Ankara, Turkey, Saturday, Oct. 10, 2015 (AP)
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Turkish police officers secure the area at the site of an explosion, where the bodies of victims were covered with flags and banners, in Ankara, Turkey, Saturday, Oct. 10, 2015 (AP)
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Protesters dance during a peace rally as a blast goes off in Ankara, Turkey October 10, 2015, in this still image taken from a video posted on a social media website (Reuters)
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Demonstrators confront riot police following explosions during a peace march in Ankara, Turkey, October 10, 2015 (Reuters)
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Demonstrators confront riot police following explosions during a peace march in Ankara, Turkey, October 10, 2015 (Reuters)
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People carry an injured man after an explosion during a peace march in Ankara, Turkey, October 10, 2015 (Reuters)
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An injured man hugs an injured woman after an explosion during a peace march in Ankara, Turkey, October 10, 2015 (Reuters)
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At least 95 people were killed when two suspected suicide bombers hit a rally of pro-Kurdish and leftist activists outside Ankara's main train station on Saturday, weeks ahead of an election, in the deadliest attack of its kind on Turkish soil. 

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