Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan vowed to bring the terrorist group to their knees saying that his country will not bow to terrorism.
On Monday 14th March 2016, four suspects were arrested over the Ankara suicide car bombing that left 36 people killed and scores injured. This is the third attack in a span of five months.
Turkey launched air offensives targeting PKK positions in northern Iraq.
Ankara says one of the bombers; a woman is believed to have ties to the outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK), a Turkish official told media reporters on Monday.
Local media reported her name as Seher Cagla Demir, saying she was identified by fingerprints.
Turkish police detained the four assailants near the Syrian frontier on Monday as reported by state-run Anadolu News Agency.
Investigation report indicate that the car that was in the used in the Sunday evening bombing had been bought in Sanliurfa, a mainly Kurdish-dominated town some located some 50 kilometers (30 miles) from the border.
According to a source with Turkey military, the PKK targets were hit "with precision", with a rebel spokesman confirming the strikes.
The Turkish Warplanes bombarded PKK positions in the mountainous regions of Kandil and Gara in north Iraq destroying arms depots in what is seen as Ankara attack retaliation. Undisclosed PKK militants were killed in the air hellfire.