A gun and bomb attack on Istanbul Airport in Turkey that has killed 36 people and injured about 147.
Three aggressors opened flame almost a section point to the terminal and exploded themselves after police terminated at them, authorities say.
Leader Binali Yildirim said early signs proposed the alleged Islamic State was behind the assault.
Late bombings in Turkey have been connected to either IS or Kurdish separatists.
Tuesday’s assault resembles a noteworthy co-ordinated ambush, says the BBC’s Mark Lowen.
There are X-beam scanners at the passageway to the terminal however security checks for autos are restricted.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said the assault ought to serve as a defining moment in the worldwide battle against activist gatherings.
“The bombs that blasted in Istanbul today could have gone off at any airplane terminal in any city around the globe,” he said.
The US called the assault “offensive”, and said saying America stayed “relentless in our backing for Turkey”.
German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier said: “We lament for the casualties. We remain by Turkey”.
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