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Turkey: CCTV footage captures moment of suicide bomb blast in Istanbul00:25

Turkey: CCTV footage captures moment of suicide bomb blast in Istanbul

Турция, Istanbul
19 март, 2016 в 17:24 GMT +00:00 · Опубликовано

CCTV footage captured the moment of the suicide bomb blast that rocked Istiklal Avenue in central Istanbul on Saturday. At least five people were killed and seven others injured in the explosion. In the footage the perpetrator, wearing a black hoodie and blue jeans, is seen detonating the explosive device.

Police cordoned off the scene, and ambulances were rushed to the site of the explosion to assist the injured persons. The governor of Istanbul told reporters that the explosion was a suicide attack.

Turkey has faced a wave of similar attacks in recent months. On Monday, March 14, a suicide bomb attack killed at least 37 people in Ankara, the second attack in the Turkish capital within a month. In January the Islamic State claimed responsibility for an attack in Istanbul's Sultanahmet district in which a suicide bomber killed 11 and injured 15 people.

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CCTV footage captured the moment of the suicide bomb blast that rocked Istiklal Avenue in central Istanbul on Saturday. At least five people were killed and seven others injured in the explosion. In the footage the perpetrator, wearing a black hoodie and blue jeans, is seen detonating the explosive device.

Police cordoned off the scene, and ambulances were rushed to the site of the explosion to assist the injured persons. The governor of Istanbul told reporters that the explosion was a suicide attack.

Turkey has faced a wave of similar attacks in recent months. On Monday, March 14, a suicide bomb attack killed at least 37 people in Ankara, the second attack in the Turkish capital within a month. In January the Islamic State claimed responsibility for an attack in Istanbul's Sultanahmet district in which a suicide bomber killed 11 and injured 15 people.