A Turkish court handed multiple life sentences to the PKK terrorists responsible for two 2016 bombings in Istanbul.
Around 100 people laid wreaths and held a minute's silence to remember the 46 people killed. TAK, a faction of the outlawed PKK group, claimed responsibility for the Istanbul attack.
At least 14 soldiers were killed and dozens were injured in the attack that targeted a bus carrying military personnel.
In the aftermath of Saturday's twin blasts, there is a growing perception among Turks that foreign powers have ignored Turkey's security concerns in the Middle East and emboldened anti-state terror groups.
TAK, a faction of the outlawed PKK organisation, claimed responsibility for Saturday's twin bombings in the heart of Istanbul that left 44 people dead.
Friday's blast which killed 11 people and wounded 100 others came shortly after the detention of HDP lawmakers on terror charges.
An affiliate of the PKK terrorist organisation, the TAK, has claimed responsibility for an attack in Istanbul on Tuesday that left 11 dead.
Turkish government says it has prevented 85 attacks including 49 live bombs since the beginning of 2016.
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