#IstanbulAirportAttack Not surprising: Turkish authorities block Twitter, Facebook and Google Play (at least)

If you need to download a VPN application, you cannot, because so cunning authorities also blocked Google Play Market…

Turkey Blocks News Sites, Twitter, Facebook After Deadly Attack

Once again, Turkey’s government has cracked down on media after a terror attack

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Istanbul Atatürk airport attack: Turkey declares day of mourning

President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan says attack in which 41 people died should mark turning point in global fight against terrorism

Turkey has declared a day of national mourning after 41 people were killed in suicide attack on Istanbul’s main airport, and the president, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, called on the international community to make the attack a turning point in the global fight against terrorism.

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Aftermath of Istanbul Airport Blasts

Video shared on social media shows the aftermath of two explosions that rocked Istanbul’s main airport on Tuesday.

Scenes from Atatürk airport after explosions kill at least 36 – video

Turkish emergency services help wounded people outside Istanbul’s Atatürk airport on Tuesday evening after a series of blasts left at least 41 people dead and scores more injured. Officials have blamed the attack on the Islamic State terror group

Series of deadly explosions tear through crowds at Atatürk international airport on Tuesday evening, leaving up to 50 dead and many more injured in attack officials blame on Islamic State

Prime Minister Yıldırım has proclaimed that the attack launched on the Atatürk Airport last night was carried out by three suicide bombers and that 36 people have lost their lives.

Victims in Istanbul Airport Attack Reflect City’s International Character

Hours after the bombings, a limited number of flights resumed and workers continued clearing debris and replacing shattered windows at the airport.

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