Reyhanli blast organizers planned explosions in Ankara

Organizers of the blast that killed 51 people and injured 155 in Reyhanli, a Turkish city near the Syrian border, on May 11 planned the blast for Ankara, RIA Novosti cites Turkish Vice Prime Minister Besir Alataya.

Suspects of the blasts planned to set the bomb at the Kocatepe Mosque at the city center.

Three people are still missing after the blast. Nine people were detained as suspects of the blast. 8 have been detained today, May 14, 2014.

Adapted from: Vestnik Kavkaza