A suicide bomber suspected to be a member of a radical Marxist group blew himself up at the US embassy in Ankara on Friday, killing a Turkish security guard and wounding three other people, officials said.
Turkish police and forensic experts inspect the site of a blast outside the US embassy in Ankara, on February 1, 2013. A suicide bomber suspected to be a militant from an outlawed leftwing group has blown himself up at the US embassy in Ankara, killing a Turkish security guard and wounding several other people
The bombing at the entrance to the highly-fortified embassy in an upmarket area of the capital was the latest in a series of attacks on American missions in the Muslim world, highlighting the vulnerability of the country's 70,000 diplomats.
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