New information is gradually appearing with regard to the investigation into the tragic events at Istanbul's Ataturk Airport. Yesterday it became known that one of the suicide bombers, Vadim Osmanov, was of Russian descent.
Reportedly, the second terrorist Rakim Bulgarov was also a Russian citizen, according to his passport. After the terrorists left the rented apartment, they thrown their laptop with important information into the dustbin, having damaged the hard disk with a nail. Police officers tried to restore the data.
Identification of the third suicide bomber continues.
It was reported earlier that three suicide bombers struck the Ataturk Airport late in the evening on July 28.
Turkish Prime Minister B. Yildirim said all the evidence suggests that ISIL is to blame for the explosion at the Turkish airport.
As a result, some 239 wounded were taken to a hospital and 44 people, including 19 foreigners, were killed.
According to the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry, a Ukrainian citizen Larisa Tsepakova was killed and three Ukrainians were injured in the terrorist attack at the Istanbul airport. Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin expressed condolences to the relatives of the deceased compatriot.
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