Home > Istanbul Atatürk airport attack: US offensive to eliminate IS from last remaining US-controlled territory

News
Istanbul Atatürk airport attack: US offensive to eliminate IS from last remaining US-controlled territory

Description

IHS Global Insight Turkey analyst Ege Seckin talks to France 24 about the suicide bombings.

Added on the 29/06/2016 15:07:25 - Copyright : France 24 EN

To customise your video :

Or Create an account

More videos on the subject

  • Can Attacks Be Stopped in Airport Public Areas?

    Security experts speaking to NBC News reveal there is more detail being considered in terms of ways to curtail attacks in U.S. airports, such as the one that occurred this week at Bishop International Airport In Flint, Michigan. Officials in the U.S. have been looking to Israel’s Ben Gurion International Airport for various security take aways. Gurion has several layers of security measures in place , experts are considering including car inspections for each vehicle entering the airport and brief questions for those entering. There are vast differences to consider, one expert notes, "Israel is securing essentially one airport, " while the United States has approximately 450 to consider when implementing new measures.

    23/06/2017 - Wochit
  • Russian Suspect In Istanbul Attack Was Shy

    IKON-KHALK, Russia When Rahim Bulgarov graduated from college in southern Russia with a diploma in tourism, his teacher expected him to go on to further study, or fulfill his dream of opening a car repair shop. Instead, Bulgarov started going to the mosque with followers of a pious strain of Islam, and, according to a close relative, went to Egypt last year for several months, saying he wanted to study Arabic. Turkish state media have identified Bulgarov, 23, as one of the suspected suicide bombers who attacked Istanbul's Ataturk airport on June 29, killing 45 people and wounding hundreds.

    12/07/2016 - Wochit
  • Militants Linked To Istanbul Attack Believed To Be Near Syria

    A Turkish newspaper said on Wednesday, Turkish authorities are seeking two suspected Islamic State militants thought to be linked to last week's Istanbul airport attack and believed to be in hiding near the border with Syria. Turkey has jailed a total 30 suspects pending trial over the triple suicide bombing at Ataturk Airport. The attack, which killed 45 people and wounded hundreds, was the deadliest in a series of bombings this year in Turkey. Turkish officials are not commenting on reports about the investigation. One government official, though, has said the attackers were Russian, Uzbek and Kyrgyz nationals. President Tayyip Erdogan has said Islamic State militants from the former Soviet Union were behind the attack.

    06/07/2016 - Wochit
  • Around 20 ISIS members in custody over Istanbul airport attack

    Around 20 Islamic State militants are in custody in connection with an attack last week on Istanbul airport that killed 45 people. Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan confirmed the news Saturday. Turkish media said on Friday two Russian nationals have been identified as suspected Islamic State suicide bombers in the attack that is thought to have been masterminded by a Chechen. After visiting the attack site, Erdogan told reporters he suspected Islamic State was behind the plot.

    02/07/2016 - Wochit
  • Istanbul Ataturk airport attack: footage of attackers in airport

    2016-07-01 10:05 Istanbul Ataturk airport attack: footage of attackers in airport

    01/07/2016 - France 24 EN
  • Meurtre de Vanille : sa mère en garde à vue

    Meurtre de Vanille : sa mère en garde à vue

    10/02/2020 - LCI