The deadly bomb attack at the heart of Turkish capital revealed stories of two young close friends, who were both killed at two separate Ankara attacks.
A bomb attack near the central Kızılay district on March 13 killed Ozancan Akkuş, a young electrical and electronic engineering student at the Middle Technical University, while his close friend Ali Deniz Uzatmaz has died after a previous blast near the Ankara Railway Station on October 10.
A social media post written by Akkuş revealed their common story, shared by thousands of people.
"His biggest dream was to study in Ankara; how could he know?" has read the post.
At least 37 were killed and 122 people were wounded after a deadly explosion hit the heart of Turkish capital, on March 13.
The attack yesterday marked the third major blast that hit Ankara since Oct. 2015.
Another bomb attack has struck a peace rally near the Ankara Railway Station, leaving at least 103 dead on Oct. 10, while a suicide bomb-laden car attack targeted military shuttles in the city on Feb. 17, killing 29 people and injuring 81 others, four months later.