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Suicide bombing in Turkey

A blast outside the US embassy in Turkey's capital, Ankara killed two people and injured several.
Suicide bombing in Turkey
Footage showed that the door had been blown off its hinges and debris littered the ground and across the road.

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Suicide bombing in Turkey
Several ambulances were dispatched to the area.

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Suicide bombing in Turkey
The bomb appeared to have exploded inside the security checkpoint at the entrance of the visa section of the embassy.

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Suicide bombing in Turkey
The embassy building is heavily protected. It is near an area where several other embassies are located, including that of Germany and France.

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Suicide bombing in Turkey
Police has examined security cameras around the embassy and has identified two people who could have been the suicide bomber.

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Suicide bombing in Turkey
Police sealed off the area and journalists were being kept away.

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Suicide bombing in Turkey
A suspected suicide bomber detonated an explosive device at the entrance of the US Embassy in the Turkish capital on Friday

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Suicide bombing in Turkey
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Suicide bombing in Turkey
Security cars surround the U.S. Embassy, left, in the Turkish capital, Ankara, after a suspected suicide bomber detonated an explosive device.

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