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Istanbul - 19 March 2016
1. Various of people asking police officers for directions
2. SOUNDBITE (Greek) Mata Sinteli, 59-year-old tourist from Greece:
"We heard the sound (of Saturday's suicide bomb), we saw the helicopters flying over us. We were having breakfast at that moment, but we did not get scared. Everything was normal, not much chaos. It was calm. Of course there were no taxis or cars. They closed Taksim Square, but we don't plan to leave the country because of this. We feel safe."
3. Various of two tourists getting in a cab to got to the airport
4. SOUNDBITE (Greek) Angela Malouchou, 62-year-old tourist from Greece:
"It happened while we were having breakfast. Then I came outside and the receptionist told me to go in the hotel. I heard the helicopters, but at that time did not know why they were flying over. I did not hear the explosion. They (family) called me from Greece and told me that explosion occurred. I told them we are safe. We feel safe. I will enjoy my trip and go to the Grand Bazaar."
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