Twin explosions have killed at least 30 people in the centre of the Turkish capital, according to the Dogan news agency - reported the SkyNews. The blasts unfolded outside Ankara's main train station, where hundreds of people were gathering for a peace march. Footage from the moment of the first explosion shows a line of peaceful protesters chanting and holding hands - then running as soon as the bombs hit. Body parts and bloodstains are scattered across a major road junction, according to eyewitnesses. Graphic images from the scene showed survivors resuscitating the wounded, and several dead bodies draped in flags. "There was a massacre in the middle of Ankara," said Lami Ozgen, the head of one of the trade unions involved in the rally. Read more at http://news.sky.com/story/1567151/twin-blasts-at-peace-rally-in-turkey-kill-30
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