Behind the car bombing in Ankara, which killed 28 people, is the Syrian refugee, whose identity was confirmed through fingerprints. This was reported by the Pro-government Turkish newspaper Yeni Safak.
Source of information the newspaper is not pointed out, and according to Reuters, promptly check the data failed.
According to Yeni Safak, the suicide bomber was a Salih Neckar, who is believed to be a Syrian refugee. His fingerprints were taken when he first arrived in Turkey, and thanks to them, the police were able to identify it.
The car that blew up the Neckar in Ankara, was rented about two weeks ago in the city of Izmir in Western Turkey, the newspaper added.
While no one has claimed responsibility for the incident. But last night a senior source Reuters in the field of security stated that preliminary evidence indicates that those responsible for the explosion were the Kurdish militants of the outlawed Turkey Kurdish workers ‘ party (PKK).
Explosion in Ankara occurred on the evening of February 17. A car bomb exploded near a military bus in the area of the Turkish capital, where the military institutions, the Parliament and other government buildings. As a result 28 people were killed and more than 60 people were injured.
In Turkey recently there have been a number of terrorist attacks. January 14, in the province of Diyarbakir in the South-East of the country exploded a car bomb a car. Officials laid the blame for the incident on the PKK. January 12, in the heart of Istanbul in Sultanahmet square there was an explosion made by suicide bomber in Russia banned the “Islamic state”.