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>> Officers raiding the people's democratic party headquarters in Ankara on Friday as protesters chant, we will win by resisting.
Facebook, Twitter and messaging service WhatsApp have all appeared to have been blocked in the aftermath. Just hours later a massive blast rocked the south eastern city of Diabikia, near a police station where some of the MPs were taken. Local media say one person was killed and at least 30 wounded.
Officials accuse of PKK Kurdish militants of setting off the car bomb. Turkey claims that people's democratic party has links to the militant group, but it's strongly denies that. Turkish politicians are usually immune from prosecution. But the pro Kurdish parties was scrapped earlier this year. Turkey remains under a state of emergency that was imposed after the failed coup in July.