An explosion has hit central Ankara near the Education Ministry on March 13. Reports state that there are wounded people in the area.
The explosion took place in the Güvenpark in the Kızılay district in central Ankara at 6.35 p.m. A number of vehicles were on fire after the blast.
This is the third major blast to hit the Turkish capital since October 2015.
Alleged Islamic State (IS) militants bombed a peace rally near the Ankara Railway Station in a major city thoroughfare and left at least 103 dead on Oct. 10, 2015.
Four months later, a suicide car bomb attack targeted military shuttles in the capital city on Feb. 17, killing at least 29 people and injuring 81 others.