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    Turkey Summons UN Security Council Members' Ambassadors Amid Ankara Attack

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    Turkey's Foreign Ministry has summoned the ambassadors from permanent member states of the UN Security Council following the attack in Ankara, local media reported Thursday.

    MOSCOW (Sputnik) —  The Ministry officials will hold separate meetings with the ambassadors of Russia, China, the United States, the United Kingdom and France, according to Turkey's NTV broadcaster.

    On Wednesday, a car bomb exploded at a military housing complex near the parliament building in the Turkish capital, killing 28 people.


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