On 10th of October, two bombs exploded in the Turkish capital Ankara at a peace rally. They caused dozens of deaths, creating the worst such attack in the country’s history. With the Turkish state heavily involved in the expanding civil war in Syria and its concerns about the rise of Kurdish opposition parties, responsibility for the attacks is not clear but could be due to the government itself. Below are links detailing the incident, including information on the death of the anarchist worker Ali Kitapci: