Ankara, Oct 12 () - Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu told the investigations for twin bombing in Ankara focused on the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) and the investigators were about to identify one of the suspects, at a live interview on Oct 12.
At least 97 people were killed while hundreds were wounded after the twin blasts in Ankara ahead of a peace rally, on Oct. 10.
Having spoken to Turkish broadcaster NTV, Davutoğlu said ISIL was at the heart of investigations, adding that the attack “was an attempt to influence the outcome of a parliamentary election on Nov. 1”.
Davutoğlu added the necessary steps would be taken if security failures were found, regarding the deadly event.
"It was certainly a suicide bombing. DNA tests are being carried out. It was determined how the suicide bombers got there. We are close to find a name that points to one group" Davutoğlu stressed.