Members of Cermik family attend the funeral processions for three members of their family killed in Sunday's explosion in Ankara, Turkey, Monday, March 14, 2016. (AP Photo)
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Turkey Monday blamed Kurdish rebels for a suicide car bombing that killed 35 people in Ankara, the latest in a series of attacks that has heightened concerns about security in the country.Sunday's carnage, the second major bombing in Ankara in less than a month, will come as an embarrassment to the government of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, whose Justice and Development Party (AK Party) won parliamentary elections in November promising to save Turkey from "chaos" and smash the PKK.In February a car bombing along very similar lines targeted military personnel in a nearby area of Ankara, killing 29 people and was claimed by Kurdistan Freedom Falcons (TAK), linked to the PKK,Erdogan pledged to continue the fight against the Kurdish rebels and urged Turkey's allies to stop backing Syrian Kurdish groups – which Ankara sees as branches of the PKK.
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