Ankara Car Bombing Could Lead to Collapse of Syria Cease-fire
The deadly attack could bring Turkey to resume its offensive in Syria, but the U.S. seems willing to oppose the inclusion of Kurdish officials in the Geneva talks as long as Turkey maintains the truce.
At least 34 people were killed and about 125 wounded in a car bomb explosion in the Kizilay Square area of the Turkish capital, Ankara, on Sunday. It came about three weeks after a bombing of a military convoy...
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