Turkey announces new security measures following Ankara attack: PM

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.

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