Death toll in Istanbul suicide attack rises to 28

By REUTERS
June 29, 2016 00:23

 
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ISTANBUL - Suicide bomb attackers targeting Istanbul's main international airport on Tuesday killed 28 people, the provincial governor was quoted as saying by NTV news channel, raising the initial death toll from 10.

The governor also said that authorities believe three suicide bombers attacked Ataturk Airport, Europe's third-busiest, because there were three separate explosions, according to NTV.

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