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Islamic State blamed for Turkey Airport attacks that killed 36

The attacks at Istanbul's international airport also injured around 150 people

29th June, 2016

“First I heard the gunfire, then the explosions,” Koray Arslan, who was at the nearby domestic terminal, said in a phone interview. “They were very powerful. I could feel the tremors under my feet.”

The attacks, which also injured about 150 people, went off in rapid succession at the airport around 10 p.m. Many of Turkey’s children ended school terms this month, which coincides with the Islamic holy month of Ramadan....

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