Turkey has blocked access to Twitter to put a clamp on the distribution of images of Monday’s deadly bombing in the country’s southeast, Turkish state - run Anadolu Agency reported. The agency added the images were used by activists to call for protest against the Turkish government over its failure to prevent the bombing. The images showing the moment of the explosion were outlawed in Turkey, with all websites, including Twitter, ordered to remove the content. The block on the microblog site was ordered by a local court and enforced by Turkish internet providers. It will be lifted after it removes all the images, a senior Turkish official told reporters. Twitter service was briefly suspended in Turkey in April, when Ankara demanded the removal of images of a prosecutor killed by gunmen.