At Ankara morgue, anger mixes with horror over attack

An area allocated for families outside of a forensic morgue, as people wait for the body of a relative, on October 11, 2015 in AnkaraThey came from all over Turkey to recover on Sunday what remained of their loved ones. Gathered inside a morgue in Ankara, the families of the victims of the double suspected suicide bombing attack on Saturday struggled to come to terms with their loss and the manner in which it happened. At least 95 people were killed in the attack targeting a major peace rally planned for Saturday in Ankara, which had attracted activists from all over the country.

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