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Turkey announces new security measures after Ankara attack

February 20
17:18 2016

Turkey is to introduce new national security measures, Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said Saturday, in the wake of a suicide car bombing in Ankara that killed 28 people. "We are going for changes in the matter of security," Davutoglu said after a five-hour meeting in the capital with security chiefs, saying an anti-terror "action plan" was being prepared. The premier said that as part of the new plan more security forces would be deployed and their presence would become "more visible", but he also called on citizens to do their part.

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