3. Mid of Abdulmumin Amiri, who lost four members of his family in Tuesday's blasts
4. Close of Abdulmumin Amiri
5. SOUNDBITE (Turkish) Abdulmumin Amiri, elder member of Amiri family:
"We were eight."
Question: "You were walking together?"
"Yes we were walking together. I forgot to get a car so..."
Question: "You wanted to get a taxi..."
"Yes. They stayed near our belongings as I looked for a taxi. At that time the bomb went off."
Question: "You were away from your family then?"
"I was away, around five or four metres. Then I ran to them, two of them were wounded, while four of them lost their lives. "
6. Wide of coffins belonging to Amiri family
7. Mid of Jamila Ozturk, aunt of Habibullah Sefer, who was killed in the attacks
8. SOUNDBITE (Turkish) Jamila Ozturk, aunt of Habibullah Sefer:
"This is a coincidence. I know the other family from Saudi Arabia (referring to Amiri family). Yet my nephew was there to meet with his friend. After breaking his fast with dates, he went to the airport so that they (Sefer and his friend) could eat together later on. As he walked into the arrivals area, the bomb goes off."
9. Mid of coffin with Turkish flag on it
10. Various of coffins being carried back onto funeral cars
Five out of 43 people that were killed in Tuesday's triple suicide bombings were buried in Istanbul on Wednesday.
Four of those buried were members of the same family: Kerime Amiri, Meryem Amiri, Huda Amiri, Zehra Amiri.
The fifth victim, 24-year-old Turkish national Habibullah Sefer, was at the airport waiting for his friend to arrive. Sefer was a student.
The three suicide bombers who attacked Istanbul airport were a Russian, an Uzbek and a Kyrgyz, a senior Turkish official said Thursday, hours after police carried out sweeping raids across the city looking for Islamic State suspects.
Tuesday's gunfire and suicide bombing attack at Ataturk Airport killed 43 people and wounded more than 230 others.