Ankara's powerful explosions

Today, in the capital of Turkey, before the start of the trade-union rally, two explosions thundered, many dead and wounded, the channel reported RT, with reference to Turkish sources.




Information about the victims vary. The Turkish edition of Dogan News reports at least 20 dead.

Неустановленные пока заряды взорвались утром рядом с железнодорожным вокзалом Анкары, «где собирались участники митинга в поддержку мира», передаёт турецкое news agency.

Responsibility for the attack on himself while no one took. In the Russian embassy there is no information about the affected Russians.







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  1. bulvas 10 October 2015 12: 19 New
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    Soon tourists will stop going to them too

    What is going on in the world?

    We also need to be prepared, to strengthen the military training of youth and civilian

    defense

    1. Coffee_time 10 October 2015 12: 21 New
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      Soon stalkers will run there ... and so, it’s a pity for ordinary people
      1. MIKHALYCH1 10 October 2015 12: 25 New
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        I even know who Turkey will blame ... Kurds and Russia!
        1. regdan 10 October 2015 12: 29 New
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          Kurds are victims there. Edoganishka played too much in friendship with the Igil pigs.
          1. Simon 10 October 2015 12: 55 New
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            That hit him well! Igilovtsev called pigs! good That's right - these are not Muslims, but geeks who hide behind the Muslim religion and pervert it.
            1. ejov1976 10 October 2015 20: 00 New
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              Somewhere on the Turkish-Syrian border They don’t accept a bar without a beard, and Europe with a beard.
          2. smsk 10 October 2015 13: 25 New
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            It doesn’t matter who the victims are, it is important who will be made guilty! And most likely it will not be ISIS, as this will only increase the legitimacy of Russia's actions in Syria. And the Kurds will be guilty, with all that it implies ...
            The war with the Kurds will delay part of the Kurdish forces that are fighting with the Isil, since Assad’s victory will erase all plans for both Turkey and the Saudis and the United States. Bids are rising
            1. avt
              avt 10 October 2015 14: 10 New
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              Quote: smsk
              . And the Kurds will be guilty

              Already appointed.
              Quote: smsk
              The war with the Kurds will delay part of the Kurdish forces that are fighting with the Isil, since Assad’s victory will erase all plans for both Turkey and the Saudis and the United States. Bids are rising

              I’ll add, or rather I will repeat
              Quote: avt
              . In general, the events in Turkey can translate into a civil war all against all and not so fiction. And who will collect the cream from this brew, if it boils in the NATO country ??? I suppose there is no need to explain, especially if you look HOW USA since the time of the collapse of Yugoslavia took advantage of the situation in the same Kosovo, Iraq.

              Moreover, the “peaceful revolution” run in the struggle for green spaces in Istanbul was already and it would be nice to see the participation of Jamaat Gulen in it.
              1. captain 10 October 2015 18: 42 New
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                The aggravation of the situation in Turkey, for our country I think very badly. All this Igilov bastard, fed by the USA, will begin to climb into our Caucasus. Apparently soon the Caucasus is flaring up and we will not get off with aviation. In vain did the Bolsheviks destroy the Cossacks, Catherine !! not a stupid woman was.
          3. aktanir 10 October 2015 14: 03 New
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            what friendship can the chief and his vassals have? thanks to Turkey, the Saudis and the USA, the igil generally exists.
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          5. maxcor1974 10 October 2015 14: 43 New
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            I think that Erdogan organized this ... The opposition will now think a thousand times before the next rally.
            And the scapegoats will be appointed quickly, and I will assume that the Kurds will become them. And this will accordingly untie Erdogan’s hands for a ground operation in Syria ...
            1. APASUS 10 October 2015 15: 09 New
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              Quote: maxcor1974
              I think that Erdogan organized this ... The opposition will now think a thousand times before the next rally.

              Who is the beneficiary of the buildup of the country?
              Erdogan? Kurds? I think they are not at all. I think from the destruction of an independent state and the emergence of new centers of instability, 2-3 dozens of arms manufacturing companies in the USA will benefit. At the same time, the remaining power will fall into direct political and economic dependence
              1. Nyrobsky 10 October 2015 16: 02 New
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                Quote: APASUS
                Who is the beneficiary of the buildup of the country? Erdogan? Kurds? I think they are not at all.

                That which is not Kurds is for sure.
                In light of recent events, the Syrian Kurds fought independently - they are against Assad, but they are also against ISIS. In addition, there is evidence that the Kurds can be fastened to the Assad government forces for a common fight against ISIS, under the guarantee of Kurdish autonomy within Syria. Knowing this, the US is also trying to make the Kurds their allies against Assad.
                They are like a bone in the throat to the Turks, because geographically they occupy a position that impedes the free passage of ISIS militants from training camps in Turkey, weapons, as well as the transit of Igilov oil.
                If now after the attacks, the Turks will begin a full-scale military operation against the Kurds, then the United States can act as defenders of the Kurds, thereby pulling them to its side. So, most likely - the beneficiary of the United States, both politically and, as you have noticed, in terms of satisfying the appetites of the arms lobby
                1. Peterhof 73 10 October 2015 21: 16 New
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                  I agree with your analysis and +
            2. g1v2 10 October 2015 16: 07 New
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              Soon we will see who organized it. Or someone will take responsibility or Erdogan, under the pretext of terrorist danger, will abruptly begin to tighten the screws and centralize the power even more. In any case, whoever is prepared for the situation and takes advantage of it is the organizer.
              1. Otshelnik 10 October 2015 18: 40 New
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                Why think for a long time? Amerkosa, Europe and Israel made the next move ... and Kurds or Wahhabis are instruments ..
            3. Peterhof 73 10 October 2015 21: 14 New
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              To crush the Kurds again. This Erdogan thinks he is the head. But the blot came out - the majority of the victims of the Kurdish attack. How will it be arranged?
        2. figwam 10 October 2015 12: 31 New
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          I even know who Turkey will blame ... Kurds and Russia!

          The fulfilled scenario, Erdogan will turn to the people and lead the army.
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        3. avt
          avt 10 October 2015 12: 39 New
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          Quote: MIKHALYCHXNNX
          I even know who Turkey will blame ... Kurds and Russia!

          Yes, it lies on the surface, you don’t even have to exert yourself. Kurds will be flattened under this, and political opponents, Brothers of Muslims, Sokil of the Bosphorus, will knead. They will tighten the nuts for themselves.
        4. Alexander Romanov 10 October 2015 12: 42 New
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          Quote: MIKHALYCHXNNX
          I even know who Turkey will blame ... Kurds and Russia!

          Kurds are not profitable, it was an anti-war rally. Now those who were against the warriors will yell FOR the warrior. So who benefits from this?
          1. Simon 10 October 2015 13: 03 New
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            So Turkey is not profitable war! Which Kurds will they fight with the Syrian or Iraqi? Here disagreement with Russia will turn out a very dangerous thing. They can only fight with the Kurds who live in Turkey.
            1. traveler 10 October 2015 13: 09 New
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              Iraqi Kurds are pocket, but Syrian can be bombed as accomplices of the RPK, which will be done
          2. vorobey 10 October 2015 13: 09 New
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            Quote: Alexander Romanov
            Kurds are not profitable, it was an anti-war rally. Now those who were against the warriors will yell FOR the warrior. So who benefits from this?


            Remember what I said about Turkey? Hello Disident .. laughing
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          4. maxcor1974 10 October 2015 14: 46 New
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            Kurds are not profitable, it was an anti-war rally. Now those who were against the warriors will yell FOR the warrior. So who benefits from this?

            Erdogan ...
        5. REXSTORZ 10 October 2015 13: 36 New
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          Most likely Erdaganushka is afraid that they will agree with the Kurds therefore demonizes the Kurds))
          even the mattresses spoke something about the Kurds and their support, and before that they had frankly betrayed them))
          Afraid to lose face in the end) for some allies)
        6. Peterhof 73 10 October 2015 21: 09 New
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          Quote: MIKHALYCHXNNX
          I even know who Turkey will blame ... Kurds and Russia!


          Kurds vryat whether it will turn out to blame. Most of the protesters are Kurds or sympathizers. Russia is not profitable from any side. I think that explosions are most beneficial to Erdogan
          (by the way, he was suspiciously silent). They already said: "This is a terror attack on Turkey!" (Well, just like in 2001 to America). Now, under the anti-terror it will be possible to turn the head against the opposition, stick the Kurds and strengthen their power. My opinion is this.
    2. roadsmell 10 October 2015 12: 34 New
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      The clearest example of the consequences of flirting the government with the Islamists and their tacit support.

      Nothing new, we already went through this in the 90s.
    3. INVESTOR 10 October 2015 12: 36 New
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      The Turks will now feel for themselves what terrorism is, honestly no matter how much they feel sorry for morons, this is for Chechnya.
      1. Ross_ulair 10 October 2015 12: 50 New
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        Quote: INVESTOR
        Turks will now feel what terrorism is


        They have very strong radical groups - almost all officers come from this environment. And their long-term goal is the revival of the Ottoman Empire. That means war. The war with Iraq, with Syria, Iran. With Russia - Crimea, they also still consider theirs.
        They are not afraid of Islamists - there are all atheists - if you need to hang them, they will become respected muftis.

        And now, after this terrorist attack, their positions will only strengthen.
        Whose prodest?
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          avt 10 October 2015 13: 37 New
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          Quote: ROSS_Ulair
          They have very strong radical groups - almost all officers come from this environment.

          And that is why Erdogan recently judged the former and a certain amount of the current generals? wassat
          Quote: ROSS_Ulair
          . And their long-term goal is the revival of the Ottoman Empire. That means war. The war with Iraq, with Syria, Iran. With Russia - Crimea, they also still consider theirs.

          Again this is Erdogan’s dream - The Brilliant Port No. 2
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          And now, after this terrorist attack, their positions will only strengthen.

          what no In my opinion, rather superficial judgments. In the course you do not take into account several significant factors, at least Gulen’s “jamaat”. Actually, the events in Turkey can translate everyone against everyone into a civil war and it’s not so fantastic. And who will collect the cream from this brew, if it boils in the country of NATO ??? I think there is no need to explain, especially if you look HOW USA since the time of the collapse of Yugoslavia took advantage of the situation in the same Kosovo, Iraq.
          1. Ross_ulair 10 October 2015 18: 10 New
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            Quote: avt
            In my opinion, rather superficial judgments. In the course you do not take into account several significant factors ...


            Maybe...
            But these very nationalists - the "Gray Wolves", "Bozkurt" - controlled chaos on the territory of the country also oh how would be useful. Especially given the environment and transit of militants and weapons through Turkey.

            And so - time will tell
        2. Kos_kalinki9 10 October 2015 19: 34 New
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          gloomy.
        3. Peterhof 73 10 October 2015 21: 19 New
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          That means war. The war with Iraq, with Syria, Iran. With Russia - Crimea, they also still consider theirs.

          With Crimea, let them wait for the little boy. There are our smaller brothers in line.
      2. Dimka999 10 October 2015 13: 39 New
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        Ordinary people suffer. The same as you or me ....
      3. tupolev-95 10 October 2015 15: 47 New
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        Why so? After all, ordinary people suffered, not the politicians who brewed this mess.
    4. Sweles 10 October 2015 12: 51 New
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      Ankara's powerful explosions


      but not figs Kurds bomb.
      1. jjj
        jjj 10 October 2015 12: 59 New
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        As you think, this is a shift in the plan of America to the existing authorities. The first acts were before. And now it’s easier to do. Turkey almost spat on Russia and made enemies by bombing and ground operations against the Kurds. And besides, she launched an external military force into her territory - IGO
        1. One, two, on the left. 10 October 2015 13: 18 New
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          It’s not even that. It’s in history. GENERALLY. They won’t win a war from us out of 7, they all pissed off, including the Crimean one. And if the Anglo-Saxon’s tail is pulled, they always poisoned us all over the place. There’s no need for an excursion into history. palms. Blackmail, incitement, Pitting, ambition - ALL the fuck goes. Against us. Not the first time.
          1. traveler 10 October 2015 13: 40 New
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            historian, Mlyn. the Crimean War, even in school, is held in detail, everything is clear with it, our victory was not even close there. and besides, there was still an unsuccessful Prut campaign.
            Yes, and winning wars came at a considerable price, though all the losses (tens of thousands) were attributed by the generals to a runny nose and drafts, but the losses of the adversary in the reports were inflated to some innumerable hordes, which the miraculous heroes of one left fell. more or less plausible statistics begin only in the mid-19th century.
            1. Garris199 10 October 2015 16: 44 New
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              Quote: traveler
              winning wars at a considerable price were given

              Is it true? Is this, for example, like at Ramnik or the Sinop battle?

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              victory was not even close there

              Yes and defeat especially did not smell. And do not forget how many opponents Russia fought at the same time and what losses they inflicted. The coalition has not reached its goals. So tell the teachers there in your schools so that they can learn the story themselves.
            2. One, two, on the left. 10 October 2015 18: 50 New
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              It wasn’t close? You’re a native loss, and what ended the train. You have seen EGE. Turks crawled all over the front. Tell La Jews.
            3. anti-Semite 10 October 2015 18: 55 New
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              before whining about the price of victory think about the price of defeat
            4. Peterhof 73 10 October 2015 21: 22 New
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              So you are the historian, Mlyn. Read Kersnovsky "History of the Russian Army." There was a great mind. And please do not write nonsense anymore.
    5. Nikolaevich I 10 October 2015 13: 11 New
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      Quote: bulvas
      Soon tourists will stop going to them too

      Damn! Late! My wife and I have already bought tickets and tickets to Turkey (fuck: in the same region where we used to be ..... recourse
      1. lelikas 10 October 2015 13: 20 New
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        Quote: Nikolaevich I
        Damn! Late! My wife and I have already bought tickets and tickets to Turkey (fuck: in the same region where we used to be .....

        Are you going to go to rallies or relax at sea?
        1. bulvas 10 October 2015 13: 36 New
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          Quote: lelikas
          Quote: Nikolaevich I
          Damn! Late! My wife and I have already bought tickets and tickets to Turkey (fuck: in the same region where we used to be .....

          Are you going to go to rallies or relax at sea?


          It’s dangerous, as if in tourist areas not hit

          Watching what the terrorists have
          1. lis-ik 10 October 2015 14: 17 New
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            At the moment, twenty times I would think before going on vacation to Turkey, you can easily find yourself in red pajamas instead of a beach in Turkey in the desert of Iraq or Syria.
            1. lelikas 10 October 2015 16: 40 New
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              Quote: lis-ik
              At the moment, twenty times I would think before going on vacation to Turkey, you can easily find yourself in red pajamas instead of a beach in Turkey in the desert of Iraq or Syria.

              Well, yes, yes, what a vacation - in Turkey it’s dangerous, in Egypt it’s even more dangerous - they really kill there, in Europe migrants rape - have a rest in Crimea! (unless of course Jamilev’s laughing ).
      2. traveler 10 October 2015 13: 45 New
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        "vacationers"? bully
    6. Alekseev 10 October 2015 17: 35 New
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      Quote: bulvas
      Soon tourists will stop going to them too
      What is going on in the world?

      Do not kiss terrorists in the ass and divide into "moderate" who are against B. Assad and not at all "moderate" Kurds.
      You look and people will reach for them.
    7. PSih2097 10 October 2015 20: 56 New
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      Quote: bulvas
      Soon tourists will stop going to them too

      c'mon, when the war was going on in Egypt, our tourists took a rest to pearl.
  2. AlexTires 10 October 2015 12: 21 New
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    They will dump everything on the PKK, for it isn’t handy on IGil (who admits that your terrorist wards are urinating you from / under the silence) ... and then how it goes ...
  3. Vladimir 1964 10 October 2015 12: 22 New
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    Well, it’s shitty, the Middle East is already in the wildest tension, and the escalation of the situation in Turkey against the background of the difficult relationship between the “adequate” prime minister, seeking dialogue with the Russian Federation and the “erected” pro-American president does not shine for us with anything good.

    Somehow this is the opinion. hi
  4. igor1981 10 October 2015 12: 23 New
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    It can be assumed that now the Kurds will be blamed for everything ...
  5. yushch 10 October 2015 12: 23 New
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    You can somehow explain the attacks on military or police facilities, but the attacks of demonstrations are the height of inhumanity and cynicism. Condolences to the relatives of the victims.
  6. g1v2 10 October 2015 12: 24 New
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    Yeah, Erdogan played out. I wanted to raise my rating before the extraordinary elections and began to bomb the Kurds, disrupting the truce, and here is the result. On the other hand, the more such stories are in Turkey, the more people will go on vacation to the Crimea or the Krasnodar Territory.
    1. Good me 10 October 2015 12: 55 New
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      Quote: g1v2
      Yeah, Erdogan played out. I wanted to raise my rating before the extraordinary elections and began to bomb the Kurds, disrupting the truce, and here is the result. On the other hand, the more such stories are in Turkey, the more people will go on vacation to the Crimea or the Krasnodar Territory.


      Wait ... Another series of such "accidents", and we will have to abandon the rest, and from other things familiar in peaceful life ...
      1. am808s 10 October 2015 14: 13 New
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        In wartime, ordinary people are unlikely to wander around in sanatoriums, but the bourgeois-it doesn’t care where there is unearned space for them.
  7. Tjeck 10 October 2015 12: 25 New
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    Well, it’s the turn of the Turks to squeeze the fruits of their offspring. But seriously, I’m sorry for the Turks, as usual, ordinary people suffer from terrorism as usual.
  8. Altona 10 October 2015 12: 26 New
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    That's when you start playing "multi-vector" like Yanukovych, you quickly get such "flowers" ... Anyone and anyone could take responsibility - Kurds, Igilovites, opposition radicals ... But the USA has such a bouquet, -love, for joy ...
  9. azbukin77 10 October 2015 12: 26 New
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    The bony hand of the USA is felt !!! Only these freaks benefit tension in the region!
  10. stdemetrio 10 October 2015 12: 26 New
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    Yeah ... the end of Erdogan’s reign looks like some kind of apocalypse for Turkey
  11. VadimSt 10 October 2015 12: 27 New
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    Explosions in Ankara, clashes in Israel. It is very “beneficial” for someone to add oil to the fire right now. And then, God forbid, they will begin to see clearly and ask the question - "How high is the noise immunity of the transatlantic cable? Are commands not distorted when they pass through this communication channel?"
  12. Pak_c_TonopoM 10 October 2015 12: 28 New
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    And the explosion at a rally for Peace. Vague doubts torment me ...
  13. tiheros 10 October 2015 12: 31 New
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    next exit.
    Erdoganchik began to play, like an independent, powerful Turkey. they will throw it off faster than the assad and it will bring down on both sides. Iranians are not fools, did not pretend to be a "regional power", lined up in the right channel and now sleep more or less calmly. And this type of Sultan Suleiman imagined himself, only he forgot that now he is not 16 century. Well, nothing "NATO allies" and "good friends and trading partners" will quickly land on the sinful earth.
  14. dima-fesko 10 October 2015 12: 33 New
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    In this case, it scoffs at what happened meanly and blasphemously, people died. However, I just want to say - "Got game with" your "ISIS .....
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      740 10 October 2015 12: 39 New
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      In this case, it scoffs at what happened meanly and blasphemously, people died.

      You don’t have to be very upset. We remember very well how the Turks of the militants in the Caucasus supported. And in general they are our historical enemies. The only thing that unites us with them is the imperial consciousness.
      1. dima-fesko 10 October 2015 12: 43 New
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        Imperial ambitions in Russia are an excess, rather, Russia is positioning itself as a counterweight to the unipolar world, and what imperial ambitions in Turkey is ridiculous!
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          Quote: dima-fesko
          and what imperial ambitions Turkey has is ridiculous!

          For a second. They are Ottomans. And this is not forgotten.
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  15. tiheros 10 October 2015 12: 36 New
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    Because of its strategic importance, the Middle East was controlled and will be controlled only by superpowers, this is the United States, Russia, well, maybe China will still fit in. everyone else who fails to take the right position in time and tries to play an independent game will be punished in one way or another.
  16. sisa29 10 October 2015 12: 42 New
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    game of Thrones,. It’s a pity ordinary people suffer no matter who the Jews are Turks, Syrians
  17. tiheros 10 October 2015 12: 46 New
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    By the way, Turkey, Israel, all this can be links of one chain. extinguish a fire in Syria, it has not grown together in Iran, it is necessary to set fire somewhere else. And to some people the victim doesn’t care about this victim or not, in order to maintain the desired degree, any firewood will go down.
  18. MIKHALYCH1 10 October 2015 12: 48 New
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    They clearly want to drag Turkey into the war in the BV ... I hope Erdogan will not behave! Our special services think in the course of "who, what and for what .."
  19. Mountain shooter 10 October 2015 12: 48 New
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    This is a real tragedy. Turkey should not get used to terrorist attacks, of course, but so that the President of the PARLIAMENTARY REPUBLIC himself could provoke the outbreak of the Civil War in his own country ... It had to be managed. Erdogan seems to end. Neither Suleiman's turban nor Ataturk's laurels shine with him. And in the elections they’ll give him a whistle, for all the good. In the East, it’s not enough to be a tough politician, you must also be wise.
  20. olimpiada15 10 October 2015 12: 49 New
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    Sincere condolences to the Turks.
    Ordinary people suffer for the foolishness of rulers, as always.
    Someone is playing a double game for profit, but people are dying, do not understand why.
    1. MIKHALYCH1 10 October 2015 13: 02 New
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      Quote: olimpiada15
      Sincere condolences to the Turks.
      Ordinary people suffer for the foolishness of rulers, as always.
      Someone is playing a double game for profit, but people are dying, do not understand why.

      I join .. peaceful sufferers kill them! Erdogan is trying to sit on the "two chairs" ... That's the result!
    2. kasimsot 10 October 2015 13: 42 New
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      From this, one must not be a simple people, but a wise one, knowing his pricelessness or value to himself (anyone else). The answer will be the culprits, and not those who pointed a finger.
  21. made13 10 October 2015 12: 52 New
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    They will make a cult, as of September 11th. Blame anyone will be beneficial to the states. Handwriting alone.
  22. VNP1958PVN 10 October 2015 12: 54 New
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    These are not the last explosions. We need the Americans to shut us off the gas pipeline to Turkey!
  23. Arkan 10 October 2015 12: 57 New
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    Erdogan was warned that he should not help extremists, he did not heed and received terrorist attacks. It is a pity for the people of the dead and wounded.
  24. Andryukha G 10 October 2015 13: 03 New
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    This warning from the US to the Turks - if you stop the flow of militants from Turkey to Syria - will be worse.
    1. traveler 10 October 2015 13: 20 New
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      yourself not funny?
  25. Lekxnumx 10 October 2015 13: 06 New
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    The rally had the slogan "To evil war, peace right now." The Kurds who killed mainly protested with the words Maidan, the blood Maidan and there was an explosion. Who is to blame? of course the Kurds. They are evil ready to kill and Turkish users write to get their voices. Why. When B.I. people will understand if some people do not want to live in your country, RELEASE. Better to be good neighbors in different countries than sworn enemies in one country. And how do you know that this is the opinion of the majority? to hold a referendum with the participation of neutral countries. Let the government consider both neutral and all the others are not lazy. Separate and live like people trading and not dog and rattle arms all my life. And although to whom I say? it is not patriotic for all the peoples of the world.
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    Condolences to the dead and wounded.
    The grenade explosion in Kiev, now the attack in Ankara - the executors are only pawns. WAR, WAR requires backstage. A sea of ​​blood is ready to shed for this. It will be hard for the Kurds now ...
  27. Thor 10 October 2015 13: 14 New
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    They’ll start now, all the terrorist attacks in one “cauldron” interfere, the main thing is not to rush to conclusions!
  28. alone 10 October 2015 13: 15 New
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    While terrorists will be divided into friends and foes, no country will be saved from this demon. A terrorist is a terrorist. He must be destroyed. Everywhere and everywhere. Terrorists have no nationality, no ideas can be an excuse for what they are doing.
  29. traveler 10 October 2015 13: 17 New
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    the same handwriting, as in the previous terrorist attack, was blown up by leftist activists and Kurds, and they, the poor fellow, were blamed for this.
    right now they’ll go to arrests, shootings during the detention and bombing of the Kurds in Syria.
    1. Elha 11 October 2015 03: 19 New
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      “I came to cover the peace march, and then suddenly two explosions thundered, dozens of dead, blood everywhere, pieces of bodies, fragments of bones. It is difficult to describe in words ... It was so unexpected. One of the most monstrous paintings I have ever seen, ”she said.

      At the same time, according to her, there were no policemen or security officers nearby. “Usually in Turkey all the demonstrations are accompanied by the police, and it’s very difficult to get there without going through the police checkpoint,” the journalist said.

      “Many different groups gathered for the demonstration, but the explosion thundered exactly where the Kurds stood. So perhaps they were the goal, ”said Onur Burchak Belli.

      Original news RT in Russian:
      https://russian.rt.com/article/122650
  30. akudr48 10 October 2015 13: 19 New
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    In the modern world, to find the root causes and sources of events such as terrorist attacks is not easy, the tracks lead far and deep, and they may not allow digging.

    Therefore, it is only the main criminals of our time, the USA, who can immediately declare guilty of certain crimes, as they did with Boeing in Ukraine.

    We need to see what comes from the State Department - then there will be more clarity with these explosions.

    Condolences to the victims of these bombings and Turkey.
  31. askort154 10 October 2015 13: 34 New
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    As Erdogan has shown himself in relation to Russia, it is useless to build serious strategic plans with him.
    His ambition to return the Ottoman Empire was overshadowed by his brains. He imagines himself to be the creator of a new regional power.
    not only in the Middle East, but also in Central Asia. He tried to "put pressure" on Israel and Egypt, to "flirt" with Russia,
    in spite of the Americans. not letting, through the mouth of Germany, Turkey 20 years in the EU. Agreed to the "Turkish stream" of gas from Russia. He became the first to support ISIS by smuggling their oil, buying it up for next to nothing for Turkey. Resumed suppression
    Kurds. And as soon as Russia showed that she would not surrender Syria, Erdogan became enraged, realized his helplessness.
    He immediately caved in to NATO (the Americans). He opened the case of violating the border of the Russian aircraft, began to "scare"
    economic break with Russia (to abandon the "Turkish stream"). In short, Erdogan is another balabol writhing
    from itself "Bonaparte".
    1. traveler 10 October 2015 13: 48 New
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      He immediately caved in front of NATO

      Turkey is actually part of NATO.
      The Turkish stream is purely our idea, which the Turks need only complete with the required discounts, and without them they don’t need it.
  32. lopvlad 10 October 2015 13: 35 New
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    This is retribution for the upkeep and training camps of terrorists and militants in Turkey. The beast simply rushed at the one who fed and supported it.
  33. hartlend
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    The Turks will now feel for themselves what terrorism is, honestly no matter how much they feel sorry for morons, this is for Chechnya.

    Igor Konashenkov, spokesman for the Russian Defense Ministry, responded to Pentagon chief Ashton Carter, who publicly predicted Russia's heavy military losses in Syria. The Russian major general called such statements by the United States "the height of cynicism", stressing that Moscow never allowed itself to predict the death of American soldiers, even if they considered the actions of the United States in a particular military operation to be wrong, writes RIA Novosti.
  34. Mikhail Krapivin 10 October 2015 13: 47 New
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    "Seek out who benefits." Advantageous to Erdogan.
    1. traveler 10 October 2015 13: 51 New
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      it is, the elections are on the nose, it is necessary to warm up the electorate, to rally the people in front of the threat of terrorism
  35. Djuma-13 10 October 2015 14: 08 New
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    it is, the elections are on the nose, it is necessary to warm up the electorate, to rally the people in front of the threat of terrorism

    yes, and let ghouls into your territory
  36. Anatole 10 October 2015 14: 09 New
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    Condolences to the innocent victims of the Anti-War Rally. It’s clear to whom this meat grinder is going to boil, I think again they will dump the Kurds. In this regard, there are a lot of associations in which they will write off all the blood when at the border they regain control of the ATS.
  37. Bijo 10 October 2015 14: 26 New
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    "Labor, peace, democracy." Activists opposed the power operation of the authorities against the Kurds. It was a "pro-Kurdish" rally. Kurds will not remain in debt, there are about 15 million of them in Turkey, I think Erdogan does not control the situation in his own country, he was replayed and used in the “dark”.
    Quote: traveler
    "Seek out who benefits." Advantageous to Erdogan.

    And what is the benefit? Interethnic conflict within the country.
  38. shinobi 10 October 2015 15: 11 New
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    Erdogan should think hard about whether he should support the Syrian "opposition." There is no difference between the "moderate" and ISIS in terms of the Kurdish issue. Kurds will now stand on ears of anger. The question is who is putting him under attack.
  39. Wolka 10 October 2015 16: 00 New
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    everything from the fact that Ankara does not have its own face either in politics or in the economy, one appearance, and even that only seems ...
  40. Robert Nevsky 10 October 2015 16: 14 New
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    This is a direct result of Erdogan’s policy!
  41. Romanenko 10 October 2015 16: 15 New
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    Well, what other "hints" do Erdogan need from ISIS? Maybe enough under the dictation of mattresses to run into our VKS?
  42. Grigorievich 10 October 2015 16: 26 New
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    I even know who Turkey will blame ... Kurds and Russia!

    Ukraine, too, on the "censor" vehemently accuses Russia and Putin of an explosion in Turkey lol True Kurds do not touch.
  43. Ossetian 10 October 2015 17: 09 New
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    Eprst, wife in Kemer, and I can’t get through, eprst ...
  44. raid14 10 October 2015 17: 57 New
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    The Russian Foreign Ministry may recommend that Russians not go to Turkey and Egypt because of fears of terrorist attacks. This recommendation was made by law enforcement agencies after the start of the Russian military operation in Syria.
    The source said that Russian intelligence agencies predict a high probability of Islamic State terrorist attacks (ISIS, a grouping is prohibited in Russia) against tourists from the Russian Federation.
    Source http://www.newsru.com/russia/10oct2015/noway.html
  45. Vladimir Petrov 10 October 2015 18: 33 New
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    Only the USA could arrange these explosions.
  46. arrows 10 October 2015 18: 43 New
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    But the Turks thought that Chechnya had forgiven them ?? !! Well, no guys, we are kind, revenge and forget. Finally, we remembered the Kurds.
  47. anti-Semite 10 October 2015 18: 58 New
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    Erdogan will now receive popular approval for Kurdish terror
  48. polkovnik manuch 10 October 2015 19: 07 New
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    As the saying goes: “Pans are fighting, but forefoots are cracking!”, It will seem ridiculous to someone, but the so-called 3rd World War can begin in the Middle East and at the moment it’s interesting to untwist it only “for a country behind a salty puddle” (big war - big money that will revive the economy). Could it be better to wake up IELONSTONE?
  49. Urri 10 October 2015 19: 20 New
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    The CIA and the State Department are urgently creating a media conduit that allows them to jump from the growing wave of dissatisfaction with their shame in Syria from the US Senate?
  50. bulat 10 October 2015 21: 13 New
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    I read the censor. And then Putin threw a grenade from behind the curb.