ANKARA – A Turkish court has nine people sentenced to life in prison for complicity in the double bomb attack in Ankara in 2015, the deadliest in the modern history of the country. More than a hundred people were killed by two suicide bombers are opbliezen in the middle of a crowd that had gathered for a vredesdemonstratie in the capital, several weeks before the election.
Although responsibility was never claimed, the authorities assume that sympathizers of the Islamic State behind it. At the time, called the government except the PKK and the Revolutionary people’s liberation army (DHKP-C) as potential suspects. The victims were mainly trade unionists and supporters of the leftist pro-Kurdish party HDP.
According to the Turkish media, the accused on Friday, more found guilty of death by intent.
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