Turkish media reports: At least one Israeli among dead in Istanbul blast

By YASSER OKBI/ MAARIV HASHAVUA, MAARIV ONLINE
March 19, 2016 16:49

 
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At least one Israeli tourist was killed in the suicide bombing that rocked a tourist district of Istanbul on Saturday, according to media reports in Turkey.

The Foreign Ministry said on Saturday that at least three Israelis were seriously wounded in the blast.

Israeli officials are also trying to make contact with 12 Israeli nationals who have not made contact.

It is also believed that there are at least nine Israelis wounded in four different hospitals.

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