Three rockets were fired Friday night in Ankara's Dikmen neighborhood, the Anadolu Agency reported. One was launched into the first floor of a social facilities building, another hit an annex building, and a third did not explode.
Bomb experts were brought in to dismantle the unexploded bomb.
"The perpetrators fired [the rockets] from the bushes on the pavement of Cetin Emec Boulevard. We have found an unexploded rocket, a backpack and a piece of fabric belonging to the organization [of the suspects] at the point where they committed the attack," Interior Minister Muammer Guler said.
Guler did not say which group was allegedly responsible for the attack.
A police operation launched after the attack resulted in one suspect in the attack being killed and another being injured, police said.
Both suspects were seen running from the scene shortly after the attack, witnesses said.
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