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 From Washington, this is VOA news. I'm Dave DeForest reporting.

Angry protests in Turkey: Thousands of people took to the streets of Ankara Sunday, many of them chanting slogans against the Turkish government.  The demonstrators were reacting to the Saturday bombing of a peace rally that killed at least 95 people and wounded many others. Dorian Jones reports from Istanbul.
"Thousands of protesters chant Sunday in the capital, Ankara, saying the state and government will be held to account. Mourning is fast giving way to anger in the aftermath of Turkey's worst terrorist attack.  Some organizers of Saturday's Peace Rally claim there was little security, even though there had been increasing fears of a possible attack. Interior Minister Selami Altinok has denied negligence. The leader of the pro-Kurdish Peace and Democracy Party, Selahattin Demirtas, has accused the government and security forces of collusion in the bombings. Dorian Jones, Istanbul."
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土耳其爆发激烈抗议。周日 数千名民众涌上安卡拉街头,他们高喊口号,抗议土耳其政府。示威者抗议周六发生在和平集会的爆炸案,爆炸案导致至少95人丧生,多人受伤。多瑞 乔丝伊斯坦布尔为您报道。
“周日数千名抗议者聚集在首都安卡拉高喊抗议口号,表示国家和政府应为此承担责任。这次爆炸案是土耳其最严重的恐怖袭击,人们的哀悼之情很快就转成愤怒。周六和平集会的一些组织者表示,尽管人们之前越来越担心可能会有恐怖袭击,然而最终还是没有安全保障。内务部大臣萨拉米 安提克否认失职。亲库尔德和平民主党领导人 萨拉提 德米塔斯谴责政府和安全部队在爆炸案中串谋勾结。多瑞 乔丝,伊斯坦布尔。
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