(ANKARA) -- More than 80 people were killed Saturday morning in twin explosions at a train station in Turkey's capital.
Turkey's Health Minister announced a death toll of 86, with 186 more injured as of Saturday morning. Twenty-eight of those hurt were in critical condition.
It was not immediately clear who was responsible for the bombings. In July, however, 33 people were killed in southern Turkey in an attack that was blamed on ISIS militants.
Kurdish demonstrators had been gathering for a peace rally to call for the end of conflict between the PKK -- the Kurdistan Workers Party militant group -- and the Turkish government in the area of the explosions.
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