Attacks at the airport in Istanbul

 
Attacks at the airport in Istanbul
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There are reports of explosions, gunfire, injuries and killings at the airport in Istanbul, Turkey, local media reports, according to Reuters.

Many are be injured, and so far at least 10 people have been killed, reports say.

Istanbul has two airports and the events happened at the Ataturk Airport, reports Sky News.

In a video from the Turkish TV company Haberturk, armed personnel can be seen at a larger parking space right outside the airport terminal, while people flee in panic.

Television pictures show major damage and injured people being carried out of the buildings. Several ambulances have arrived to the scene.

According to unconfirmed reports eyewitnesses have seen four armed assailants.

There are also unconfirmed reports that hand grenades have been used.

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