Ankara, Oct 14 () – As investigations continue over the deadly twin attack in Ankara on Oct. 10, Turkish police detained two people for Twitter posts suggesting a possible bomb attack in the capital Ankara, one day before the blast killed 97 people.
Also, it was suggested that the two suicide bomb suspects were in the list of 21 people pointing to ISIL militants, alleged suicide bombers in the terrorist organization in Turkey.
Some of the tweets have said, "The bomb will explode in Ankara" and "What if (the Islamic State group) explodes (a bomb) in Ankara?".
According to security sources in Interior Ministry and General Directorate of Security, social media accounts have been investigated under a distinct title, within the investigations, which led to detainment of two people, on Oct. 14.