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BREAKING: Explosion in Turkish capital Ankara, reason unknown yet.

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BREAKING: Explosion in Turkish capital Ankara, reason unknown yet.

Source: https://twitter.com/HDNER/status/699995960538218496/photo/1

Scattered mentions of its large size on social media. Nothing solid right now!

Edit: first images now in!

https://twitter.com/140journos/status/699996455692541952/photo/1

http://turkey.liveuamap.com/en/2016/17-february-explosion-in-ankara-near-turkish-parliament-smoke

False flag to enter Syria?

 

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Giving what went on with turkey and Syria as of late i think they may blame this on Assad. keep your eyes peeled!

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32 minutes ago, Rothbard said:

 

Will Russia fight on the Syrian side? 

seems likely! but who knows for sure. Sometimes you just gotta sacrifice a pawn to get checkmate.

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7 hours ago, Rothbard said:

 

Will Russia fight on the Syrian side? 

Absolutely. If NATO takes Syria, Russia loses the EU market for energy. That's why Putin has already stepped in. Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, he sat back because none threatened his market, but Syria could. A pipeline through Syria from Saudi Arabia and Qatar, would have a European monopoly. You can own all the crude and LNG in the world but without someone to sell it to, it's useless.

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