ISIS believed prime suspect in triple suicide bombings at Istanbul’ Ataturk airport

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Triple suicide bombings and gunfire leaves at least 41 people dead in Istanbul’ Atatruk airport attack. About 239 including foreigners injured. Turkey PM says Islamic State most likely suspects. The bombers detonated their explosive vests in the arrivals hall of airport.

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The suicide attackers tried to pass through X-ray machines and were stopped by Turkish security officials. The attackers started shooting with AK-47 rifles, meanwhile a police officer tried to wrestle one of the gunmen to the ground, before the gunman blew himself up. Initial bombing was followed by coordinated two more bombings.

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The suicide attackers tried to pass through X-ray machines and were stopped by Turkish security officials. The attackers started shooting with AK-47 rifles, meanwhile a police officer tried to wrestle one of the gunmen to the ground, before the gunman blew himself up. Initial bombing was followed by coordinated two more bombings.

“There is initial evidence that each of the three suicide bombers blew themselves up after opening fire,” Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim told the reporters. “The screams of the victims and the blood everywhere didn’t allow us to sleep. My wife kept having nightmares,” explained an eye witness. “We had been just feet away from him.”