Radio Free Europe: At Least 41 Dead In Suicide Attacks At Istanbul Airport
At least 41 people were killed and scores wounded in a suicide attack on Istanbul’s main international airport late on June 28.
Turkish officials say three suicide bombers arrived at Istanbul's Ataturk airport by taxi and blew themselves up at the entrance near the security check-in area after an exchange of gunfire with police.
One attacker with an automatic rifle reportedly shot indiscriminately at travelers in the terminal before setting off his suicide vest. Turkish Justice Minister Bekir Bozag said there were also signs of an explosion near the metro station at the airport.
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