Turkey's Erdogan says Ankara terrorists failed in bid to threaten peace
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said on Sunday that the terrorists who carried out a
bomb attack in front of the Interior Ministry in Ankara failed in their "latest attempt" to threaten citizens' peace and security.
They "have not achieved their goals and will never achieve them," he told members of parliament, adding in the speech that Turkey will continue to ensure that its southern borders are secure from outside militants.
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