Passengers comfort each other outside Istanbul Ataturk Airport following the July 28 terrorist attack that killed 41 people.
The death toll from the June 28 terrorist attack at Istanbul Ataturk Airport (IST) has risen to 41 people, with more than 200 injured, according to Turkish officials. The attack, which included gunfire and explosions, was carried out in IST’s international arrivals area by three suicide bombers who arrived at the airport by taxi, according to Turkish officials. Flights resumed at IST June 29 after a lockdown of the airport imposed in the aftermath of the attack was lifted. Turkish ...
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