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 arguing with police officer, other officers appear and then leave
2. Ambulances arriving at Ataturk airport
3. Police vehicle and emergency services arrive
4. Ambulances drive by stranded passengers
5. Emergency services and people at entrance to airport
A suicide attack at Istanbul's busy Ataturk Airport Tuesday killed dozens and wounded more than 140 as Turkish officials blamed the carnage at the international terminal on three suspected Islamic State group militants.
Hundreds of frightened passengers streamed out of the airport, fleeing the latest of several bombings to strike Turkey in recent months.
The attacks have increased in scale and frequency, scaring off tourists and hurting the Turkish economy.