The Turkish air force sent nine F-16s and two F-4 jets to areas known to be occupied by the Kuridstan Workers’ Party on Monday in response to the car-bombing in Ankara that killed thirty-seven people and injured over a hundred yesterday. Police raids in the southern city of Adana also took in about thirty-six suspected PKK members this morning. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan stated he would vow to bring “terrorism to its knees”, as the car-bombing was the second deadly attack by Kurdish militants in Ankara in the past month. The attackers are suspected to be one male and one female belonging to the Kurdish group, however, the investigation is still ongoing. The attacks may have been in response to the mobilization of Turkish security forces into two predominantly Kurdish towns of Yuksekova and Nusaybin, both bordering Iraq and Syria respectively.