A bomb exploded on Sunday in Ankara, Turkey, near the country's Interior Ministry.
According to security footage of the incident, two individuals arrived at the scene in a light commercial truck and approached the government offices at approximately 9:30 AM local time.
The suspects exited the vehicle and attempted to hurry past a guard post in front of the building. It is unclear if they were armed at the time. An explosion follows, killing one of the assailants.
The other assailant attempts to use the explosion as cover to slip past the guard post. He was later neutralized, and a second explosive device was found on his person. The device was subjected to a controlled detonation by Turkish police.
Justice Minister Yilmaz Tunc said that an investigation has been launched into the incident.
“These attacks will in no way hinder Turkey’s fight against terrorism,” Tunc said on X. “Our fight against terrorism will continue even more determinedly.”