TURKISH AUTHORITIES HAVE IMPOSED A BLACKOUT ON THE DISTRIBUTION INSIDE TURKEY OF ANY MATERIAL CONCERNING THE AFTERMATH AND INVESTIGATION OF THE EXPLOSIONS AT ISTANBUL'S ATATURK AIRPORT.
THE BAN INCLUDES 'IMAGES THAT CAN LEAD TO FEAR, PANIC, CHAOS, HELPS THE AIM OF TERROR ORGANIZATIONS, SHOWS THE MOMENT OF THE EXPLOSION, ITS AFTERMATH, ANYONE DEAD OR INJURED OR ANYTHING THAT WILL IMPEDE THE INVESTIGATION INCLUDING NAMING SUSPECTS.'
AP TELEVISION - NO ACCESS TURKEY
Istanbul - 29 June, 2016
1. Man waiting in front of main entrance of Istanbul's Ataturk Airport
"We are passengers of domestic flights, we will fly. The prime minister had a statement at 2.20am, he said the flights will continue, that's why we came here. We will fly at 5 o'clock, if we can. We are passengers."
4. Various of people waiting by airport entrance
5. SOUNDBITE (English) (No first name given) Muller, passenger:
"We went by bus to the town, then the bus stopped. They told the people go out, in nowhere. There was no hotel, nothing. No information. I understand that there is a problem but what is bad, no information."
6. Various of passengers waiting in front of the main entrance of the airport
Hundreds of passengers were stranded at the entrance of Istanbul's Ataturk airport early on Wednesday after suspected Islamic State group suicide bombers targeted the international terminal, killing at least 36 people and wounding many others.
Some passengers turned up saying they had heard prime minister Binali Yildirim saying flights would resume.
Associated Press reporters at the airport said, however, that there was no evidence of any incoming or outgoing air traffic.
Many were awaiting news for information on their flights. Some were in transit to international destinations and were moved out of the airport in the aftermath of the attack.