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Amateur video provided by AP shows an explosion and its aftermath near a school in the Turkish capital, Ankara. At least 15 people were reported wounded in the blast, which is suspected to have been caused by a car bomb.

WATCH: Amateur video provided by AP shows an explosion and its aftermath near a school in the Turkish capital, Ankara, on September 20. At least 15 people were reported wounded in the blast.

Turkey's interior minister, Idris Naim Sahin, says three people have been killed in an explosion that rocked the center of the Turkish capital Ankara.

Earlier reports said more than a dozen people were wounded.

A Turkish deputy prime minister, Bulent Arinc, said officials suspected a bomb had been planted in or on a vehicle.

There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the attack.

compiled from agency reports

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