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Men hold Turkish flags over the coffin of a victim in a mosque in Ankara, on March 14, 2016, a day after a suicide car bomb ripped through a busy square in central Ankara killing 37 people and wounding 125, officials said. 
No one has claimed the attack, the latest in a spate of deadly attacks to hit Turkey. Turkish warplanes on March 14 struck the outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) in the mountainous Kandil and Gara regions in northern Iraq, the army said. (ADEM ALTAN/AFP/Getty Images)
Men hold Turkish flags over the coffin of a victim in a mosque in Ankara, on March 14, 2016, a day after a suicide car bomb ripped through a busy square in central Ankara killing 37 people and wounding 125, officials said. No one has claimed the attack, the latest in a spate of deadly attacks to hit Turkey. Turkish warplanes on March 14 struck the outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) in the mountainous Kandil and Gara regions in northern Iraq, the army said. (ADEM ALTAN/AFP/Getty Images)
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Turkey's air force hit Kurdish rebel targets in northern Iraq today after a suicide bombing in Ankara yesterday killed at least three dozen people. Yesterday's attack is the latest in a string of bombings that have left more than 200 people dead since last July. From Istanbul, Turkey, NPR's Peter Kenyon joins Here & Now host Robin Young with the latest.

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This segment aired on March 14, 2016.

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