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  • Turkey identifies gunman in Istanbul nightclub attack - Dallas News

    Turkey identifies gunman in Istanbul nightclub attack - Dallas News;

    ISTANBUL — Turkey has identified the gunman in the Istanbul nightclub massacre, the foreign minister said Wednesday, as the president vowed that the country won't surrender to terrorists or become divided. The gunman, who killed 39 people during New ...and more »

  • 2 foreigners arrested at Istanbul airport in nightclub massacre probe - CNN

    Istanbul (CNN) Turkish authorities on Tuesday arrested two foreign nationals at Istanbul's Ataturk airport in connection with the nightclub terror attack early New Year's Day that left 39 people dead, state-run Anadolu reported. There were no details ...and more »

  • Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Hua Chunying's Remarks on Shooting Attack in Istanbul, Turkey - MFA China

    Q: On the early morning of January 1 local time, a shooting attack took place in a nightclub in Istanbul, Turkey, which has killed at least 39 and injured 60 people. The Turkish government said it was a terrorist attack. What is your comment? A ...and more »

  • Gunman remains at large after killing at least 39 in New Year's attack on Turkish nightclub - Dallas News (blog)

    Gunman remains at large after killing at least 39 in New Year's attack on Turkish nightclub - Dallas News (blog);

    ISTANBUL — A manhunt stretched on in Turkey Sunday for an assailant who unleashed a salvo of bullets in front of and inside a crowded Istanbul nightclub during New Year's celebrations, killing at least 39 people and wounding about 70 others before ...and more »

  • IS claims responsibility for Istanbul club attack - Bangalore Mirror

    IS claims responsibility for Istanbul club attack - Bangalore Mirror;

    Islamic State claimed responsibility on Monday for a New Year's Day mass shooting in a packed Istanbul nightclub that killed 39 people, an attack carried out by a lone gunman who remains at large. The jihadist group made the claim in a statement on one ...and more »

  • ISIS Ends Its Separate Peace With Turkey - The Atlantic

    ISIS Ends Its Separate Peace With Turkey - The Atlantic;

    Like ​The Atlantic? Subscribe to ​The Atlantic Daily​, our free weekday email newsletter. Ever since New Year's Day, when a gunman killed at least 39 partiers at the Reina nightclub in Istanbul, watchers of the Islamic State have engaged in a familiar, ...and more »

  • Turkey faces a double terrorist threat - Financial Times

    Turkey faces a double terrorist threat - Financial Times;

    To many people in Istanbul, the attack by a gunman on a nightclub during the new year celebrations killing 39 people and injuring 65 others had an air of dreadful inevitability. There is little room for doubt that responsibility for the killings ...and more »

  • Turkish police hunt Istanbul nightclub gunman - Financial Times

    Turkish police hunt Istanbul nightclub gunman - Financial Times;

    The manhunt for a gunman who killed 39 people and injured 65 more at a New Year's Eve party in Istanbul entered its second day on Monday, as more details emerged about the victims. Sample the FT's top stories for a week. You select the topic, we ...and more »

  • Istanbul new year Reina nightclub attack 'leaves 39 dead' - BBC News

    Istanbul new year Reina nightclub attack 'leaves 39 dead' - BBC News;

    At least 39 people, including at least 15 foreigners, have been killed in an attack on a nightclub in Istanbul, Turkey's interior minister says. A gunman opened fire in Reina nightclub at about 01:30 local time (22:30 GMT), as revellers marked the new ...and more »

  • As Turks try to ID Istanbul attacker, some see shift in IS strategy - The Times of Israel

    As Turks try to ID Istanbul attacker, some see shift in IS strategy - The Times of Israel;

    This hand out picture released by the Turkish police and taken from Dogan News Agency on January 2, 2017 shows the main suspect in the Reina nightclub rampage one day after a gunman killed 39 people, including many foreigners, in an attack at an ...and more »