Turkey’s Airports on Alert After Istanbul Attacks Kill 41

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  • Suicide bombers blew themselves up after police spotted them
  • Attackers were prevented from getting past security controls

Turkey PM Blames Islamic State for Airport Terror Attacks

Turkey deployed anti-terrorism squads at Istanbul’s main international airport after three suspected Islamic State suicide bombers killed 41 people, underscoring the country’s struggle to contain the spillover from Syria’s civil war.

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