|Turkish Separatists Bomb Justice Ministry|
|by Tom McGregor||Tue, Mar 19, 2013, 11:59 PM|
Ankara, capital of Turkey, was hit by twin explosions launched by Turkish separatists trying to spark an Arab Spring in the nation.
According to the BBC News, "one person has been injured in explosions at Turkey's justice ministry and the headquarters of the governing AK Party, officials say."
A rocket struck the 7th floor of the AK headquarters, while two hand grenades had been thrown at the ministry.
As reported by the BBC, "earlier reports claimed two people had been wounded. No group has said it carried out the attacks."
In Turkey, Kurdish rebels, left-wing agitators and Islamist terrorists frequently launched terror campaigns against the Turkish government.
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