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Reports say the government is investigating whether the explosions were a suicide attack.
The pro-Kurdish HDP party was among those calling for Saturday's rally for "peace and democracy", which was due to start at 12:00 local time.
The party tweeted that there were "numerous dead and injured", and that police "attacked" people carrying the injured away.
Local resident Emre told the BBC that he heard two separate explosions and saw a number of dead bodies. Angry people tried to attack police cars, he said.
originally posted by: hutch622
a reply to: gortex
Being reported elsewhere , cant be having those Isis fighting Kurds having their own country now can we . I trust Turkey less than i would Lil Kim with a cream cake .
originally posted by: gortex
It's possible this was an attack by IS and not the PKK , I see no reason for them to carry out an attack on a peace march but can see why IS would use this event ahead of an election to hit Turkey for helping the coalition and conducting its own strikes in Iraq , it may be internal but I suspect wider implications.
Seriously? This is so stupid, where do I start?
Firstly, they use a type of 'virtual reality' technology to make these clips.