The Council of the Turkish city of Istanbul said reported new casualties in the terrorist attack at the Ataturk Airport.
According to the City Administration, 41 people have been killed with 10 foreigners and three people with dual citizenship being among them. The identity of 37 victims has been established. The bodies of 19 victims have been handed over to their families.
239 wounded were taken to a hospital, 109 of them have already been discharged, while 130 continue to be treated.
The Consul General of Ukraine in Istanbul Vasily Bodnar said one Ukrainian woman is among the victims of the terror attack at the Istanbul's airport. The information on the other wounded Ukrainian who addressed to the Consulate following the explosions is being confirmed.
Late in the evening on July, 28 three suicide bombers struck the Ataturk Airport.
Turkish Prime Minister B. Yildirim said all the evidence suggests that ISIL is to blame for the explosion at the Turkish airport.
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