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Car Bomb Rocks the Turkish Capital

Turkish firefighters work on September 20, 2011 at the site where a suspected car bomb exploded, wounding at least 15 people in the center of the Turkish capital Ankara. AFP/Getty Images(ANKARA, Turkey) -- A car bomb that exploded in the Turkish capital of Ankara on Tuesday has killed at least three people and wounded 34.

The bomb exploded near a high school in a busy area and ignited other vehicles around it. The three people killed were in a nearby building.

It has not been confirmed who is the responsible for the attack.

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