Turkish President Erdoğan condemns Ankara bomb attack
This video grab image taken from footage made avaliable by local source 'Dokuz8 Haber' shows the moment an explosion ripped through a gathering ahead of a planned peace rally in Ankara on Oct 10. AFP photoTurkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has condemned in a written statement the Oct. 10 deadly bomb attack on a peace rally in Ankara as "hateful."
"I fiercely condemn the hateful attack against our unity and solidarity and our country's peace," the president said.
"Those who practice double standards against terrorist attacks and organizations are giving the biggest support to terrorism."
"There is no difference between the previous attacks against our soldiers, police officers, village guards, public officials and innocent citizens and this terrorist attack against civilians at Ankara train station today."
The president offered his condolences to the families of the victims.