28 dead as car bomb targets military in Turkish capital Ankara
A bomb attack in the heart of the Turkish capital Ankara - apparently targeting the country's military - has killed nearly 30 people and injured more than 60.
It's thought to have been caused by a car bomb. A vehicle filled with explosives reportedly detonated as military buses were stationed close to the armed forces' headquarters, parliament and government buildings. Buses carrying military personnel were attacked while waiting at traffic lights at an intersection, according to reports.