Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu on Monday vowed that November 1 legislative elections would go ahead, despite the double suicide bombing in Ankara that killed 97 people.
"We will hold the elections under whatever circumstances," he told NTV television in a live interview after modern Turkey's deadliest ever attack.
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