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    US Has Not Assigned Responsibility for Terrorist Bombing in Ankara

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    US Deputy National Security Advisor Ben Rhodes said that Washington not settled upon an assignment of responsibility for the recent terrorist attack in the Turkish capital Ankara.

    WASHINGTON (Sputnik) — The United States has not determined who was responsible for the terrorist attack in the Turkish capital Ankara on Wednesday in which more than 20 people were killed, US Deputy National Security Advisor Ben Rhodes stated.

    "We, as a government, not settled upon an assignment of responsibility, but we will be engaging with the Turks on this," Rhodes said in a briefing on Thursday.


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