A massive twin bomb attack in the capital Ankara this month that killed 102 people was ordered by the jihadist Islamic State (IS) group, prosecutors said Wednesday.
"It is understood that a terrorist organisation in (the southeastern) Gaziantep province planned attacks inside Turkey after taking direct orders from Daesh in Syria," Ankara prosecutors said in a statement, using an alternative name for the extremist group.
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