Turkish Police Fire in Air to Disperse Protesters from Ankara Blast Scene

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Turkish Police Fire in Air to Disperse Protesters from Ankara Blast Scene

A woman is helped following an explosion at the main train station in Turkey's capital Ankara, on October 10, 2015. (AFP)


Ankara, Turkey:  Turkish police today fired in the air to disperse protesters from the scene of an attack on a peace rally in Ankara that killed at least 30 people, an AFP correspondent said.

Demonstrators angered by the attack on their fellow activists shouted "police murderers!" but were then dispersed as the security forces intervened.


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