At least 37 people have now been killed, following a car bomb attack, in the Turkish capital, Ankara, as the death toll rose.
The death toll for a car bombing, which took place in the Turkish capital, Ankara, has risen to 37 people, according to Turkish Health Minister Mehmet Muezzinoglu.
He added that 71 people were still receiving hospital treatment, 15 of whom were in a serious condition.
The bombing was the second attack to hit the Turkish capital in less than a month.
Initial findings by the army, following the blast, suggest the attack was carried out by Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) militants, two senior security officials told press.