Death toll in Turkey terror now 41 as injured climbs to 239

The Tuesday (June 28) evening terror attack at Ataturk International airport in Istanbul (Turkey) where three crazed suicide bombers first shot policemen and bystanders before detonating bombs has claimed 41 lives, with 239 injured, fresh information suggests.

Death toll is expected to reach 50 as efforts are intensified to save more lives.
Described as a scene of a bloodbath, the arrival terminal of the airport was littered with blood and body parts after the terror attack linked to ISIS.
Three explosions were heard, with one going off at the arrival hall gate and two within the building.

Twenty three of the victims are said to be Turkish, and 13 were foreigners as more bodies are being identified.

The airport has reopened this morning (Wednesday, June 29) hours after the chaos and panic.

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