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 ORGANISATIONS, 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 - 30 June 2016
1. Pictures of the victims in front of Turkish flag reading (Turkish) "We will never forget our employees and passengers who lost their lives"
2. People putting flowers onto stage
3. High angle of crowds, people placing flowers to the stage
4. Crowds gathered for the memorial in the terminal building that was attacked
5. Flowers UPSOUND (Turkish) Imam of airport's mosque: "Would you forgive (the victims)?" Mourners: "I forgive."
6. SOUNDBITE (Turkish) Mustafa Coskun, imam of Ataturk Airport's mosque:
"(Crying) We were like brothers with them for years here. I knew everyone. May God give them patience. My condolences."
7. Memorial, imam praying
8. Flowers in front of pictures of victims
9. Various of people walking in front of memorial area
10. Crowds at memorial
11. People in front of memorial area
12. Black ribbons shown on display screens
13. Wide of terminal, black ribbons shown on screens
Thousands of employees and other mourners gathered in the terminal building of Istanbul's Ataturk airport on Thursday to commemorate the employees who lost their lives in the triple suicide attack.
Authorities have blamed the Islamic State group for the blood bath, a coordinated assault on one of the world's busiest airports and on a key NATO ally that plays a crucial role in the fight against the extremist group.
There was no immediate claim of responsibility by the militant group.