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The attack is the bloodiest single attack on New Yorkers since September 11, 2001.
The rally in Istanbul, called "The Big Jerusalem Meeting" and organised by Turkey's Saadet Party, drew some five thousand people.
Demonstrations in Turkey targeted the Jewish community, with protesters proclaiming that "the Zionists prevent our brethren freedom of worship. We are here to block you from your freedom of worship."
They were removed for "unruly" behavior, which included loudly joking that they were in possession of explosives.
By TAMAR BEN-OZER
Long-range proficiency helps Tel Aviv climb back over .500 in Euroleague playoff push.
By ALLON SINAI
The Israel team, numbering 12 athletes, was supposed to board a flight to Istanbul, Turkey, pick up its visas for Abu Dhabi before departing for its final destination.
Layan Nasser laid to rest in Tira; funeral attended by several Joint List MKs, but not by any representatives of the government.
By YASSER OKBI/ MAARIV HASHAVUA
'We didn't think she was killed because you can't think that about Layan'
By BEN LYNFIELD
The upheaval has lead to a massive drop in hotel prices around Turkey, which has seen a hit to its tourism industry due to a slew of deadly terror attacks, the latest on June 28.
By MICHELLE MALKA GROSSMAN
Advisory replaces one issued a day after the Istanbul attacks, in place since August 2014, that advised Israelis to refrain only from unnecessary travel to Turkey.
By HERB KEINON
Erdogan, whose country continues to support and house Hamas, talks to Israeli president by phone after Istanbul attack that killed three Israelis.
Netanyahu's comments followed reports Monday in the Turkish media indicating that the bomber shadowed the Israeli tour group after they left their hotel.
PMO's Counter-terrorism Bureau ups travel advisory on Turkey, saying there is a continuing threat against Israel and Jewish targets there.
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