Turkish capital Ankara has been victim of an explosion, with multiple casualties, say reports.
At least one explosion, near the train station, reportedly shook a road junction in central Ankara, causing many casualties, Turkish news outlet Dogan said.
The aftermath of the explosion has caused grief in the Turkish capital:
It is reported that 86 people have died in the explosion:
However, a witness told CNN there were two blasts which had rocked nearby highrise buildings.
The blasts took place ahead of a planned "peace" protest against the government and the Kurdish population.
No group has yet claimed responsibility.
Casualties continue to be brought to hospital, according to local media.