Turkey's ruling AK Party has suspended its rallies until Friday in response to the double suicide bombings that killed scores of people in Ankara.
Speaking at a news conference, party spokesman Omer Celik said some of the party's subsequent rallies ahead of next month's parliamentary elections would be held under the banner of "unity against terror".
Earlier, the pro-Kurdish Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP), which said it was targeted in the attack, said it may also cancel further rallies.
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