Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan visits those wounded in Wednesday's bombing in Ankara, as Turkey blames Kurdish separatists and vows to respond in both Syria and Iraq. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan offers his condolences and comfort to those wounded in a suicide bombing in Ankara Wednesday. These are the lucky ones. More than two dozen were killed Wednesday when a car loaded with explosives exploded next to military buses as they waited at traffic lights. The blast took places near Turkey's seats of power-- the administrative heart of Ankara. The government identified the suicide bomber as Salih Necar -- a member of the Syrian Kurdish militia YPG. As relatives of the victims gather, authorities are pointing the finger at the YPG, a Syrian Kurdish militia that has been supported by the US in the fight against Islamic State. Turkey, a NATO member, is now expecting cooperation from its allies in combating the group. Turkish warplanes already targeted Kurdish positions inside Syria -- as the country is pulled further into the Syrian conflict as it battles to contain some of the fiercest violence in decades in its predominantly Kurdish southeast.