Bombing kills several in Turkish capital
NBC News — At least three people are dead after a bomb blast in the middle of Turkey's capital. The Turkish government says the blast in central Ankara was probably terrorism. The explosion near a mini bus also injured 15 people and destroyed or damaged several nearby cars and buildings.
The dead were found in a nearby building. There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the attack. Kurdish, leftist and Islamist militants have claimed responsibility for previous bomb attacks in Turkish cities.