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The Foreign Commonwealth Office (FCO) has advised travellers to avoid central Ankara following Saturday’s attack which killed around 80 people.
On Saturday (October 10) two explosions occurred near the main Ankara train station in the Ulus area. The Turkish Interior Ministry has confirmed that more than 80 people have been killed and more than 180 injured.
In a statement on its website the FCO said: “We recommend staying away from central Ankara and restricting any movements around the city. You should avoid any demonstrations or large gatherings in Turkey and remain extra vigilant. You should follow any instructions given by local authorities.”
It also warned Brits to "monitor media reports and keep up to date with its travel advice".