By Tanju Ozkaya
ANKARA (AA) – As the 2015 Ankara train station twin bombings mark fourth anniversary, Anadolu Agency obtained a new footage of the suicide bombers.
The bloodiest terror attack of Turkish history -- carried out by Daesh on Oct. 10, 2015 in Turkish capital -- killed over 100 people.
Two Daesh terrorists attacked the people who gathered outside the train station for a peace and democracy demonstration to be held at nearby Sihhiye Square.
The footage showed two terrorists traveled from Turkey’s southeastern province of Gaziantep to reach Ankara.
The footage is achieved during the appellate process in the Court of Cassation.
They entered the capital city via Golbasi district, located in the southern part of Ankara.
The surveillance cameras on the Mevlana Boulevard -- six kilometers away from the train station -- captured the car carrying the terrorists at around 9 a.m. local time (0600GMT).
Fifteen minutes later, the terrorists got off the car, and they took a taxi nearby the Turkish parliament.
The terrorists came to the meeting area, and they started to walk towards Ankara's main train station by mingling with the crowd. The terrorist, who wore white shoes, checked the bomb in his jacket.
While the clock ticked 10.04 a.m. (0704GMT), one of the terrorists exploded his bomb. Three seconds later, the second terrorist detonated his bomb among the innocent people.
Causing over hundred of fatalities, the twin bombings left 391 people -- including 20 children -- seriously injured.
After the terrorist attack in Ankara, nine suspects linked to the explosion were slapped with 101 times aggravated life imprisonment.
Also, five suspects were sentenced to 12 years in prison after charged of being a member of an armed terrorist organization and four suspects got seven-years-and-six-months imprisonment over the same charge.
*Writing by Fahri Aksut