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m. gunfire and explosions ripped through the terminal of one of the busiest airports in the world sending hundreds of panicked passengers running Video captured a flash of explosions in an attack on Istanbul’s Ataturk Airport that killed at least 41 people according to Turkish officials cited by news reports While Turkey has experienced a string of recent terrorist attacks including inside Istanbul the country’s commercial capital Tuesday’s shootings and bombing targeted the heart of the countrys civilian infrastructure The Chaotic Aftermath of the Suicide Attack at the Istanbul Airport Forensic experts work outside Turkey’s largest airport Istanbul Ataturk following an attack that left dozens dead on June 28 2016 Murad Sezer—Reuters Police investigators search the area after a suicide bomb attack at Ataturk Airport in Istanbul on June 28 2016 Sedat Suna—EPA Crime scene investigators work next to a body after a suicide bomb attack at Ataturk Airport in Istanbul on June 28 2016 Sedat Suna—EPA People stand outside the entrance as they leave Istanbul’s Ataturk airport after at least two explosions on June 28 2016 Ozan Kose—AFP/Getty Images A man carries his daughter outside as people leave the Istanbul Ataturk airport after an attack on June 28 2016 Ozan Kose—AFP/Getty Images A woman cries outside Istanbul’s Ataturk airport following an attack on June 28 2016 AP Turkish special forces members secure the area after a suicide bomb attack at Ataturk Airport in Istanbul on June 28 2016 Sedat Suna—EPA Crime scene investigators work next to a body after a suicide bomb attack at Ataturk Airport in Istanbul on June 28 2016 Sedat Suna—EPA 1 of 8 Advertisement Speaking at the airport Turkeys Prime Minister Binali Yildirim said that early signs suggested that ISIS militants carried out the attack an assessment echoed by White House officials “We are still collecting information and trying to ascertain what happened and who did it” US Secretary of State John Kerry told reporters at the Aspen Ideas Festival “And I won’t comment further on it except to say that this is daily fare That’s why I say the first challenge we need to face is countering nonstate violent actors” No group has claimed responsibility for the killings so far Stunned passengers at the airport described a chaotic scene as they emerged from the terminal roughly an hour after the attack Witnesses said at least two explosions took place while others reported seeing and hearing gunfire At least three attackers were killed according to the Turkish authorities Mehmet Bars tells TIME that he was in the baggage claim having just arrived from Germany when the attack began "I stayed down” he says “I go outside Then one man said to me Dont go inside we must run I run when I see the bomb explode" He says he heard intermittent gunfire for another 20 minutes Read More: Photographing Turkeys Hidden War As Bars spoke ambulances screamed in and out of the entrance to the airport Police sealed off roads leading to the airport and established a cordon at the main entrance at one point pushing back a scrum of confused civilians and journalists A helicopter thumped overhead Witnesses say hundreds of passengers found themselves trapped inside the airport while security forces cleared the area Later stunned passengers began to stream out of the international terminal One sobbing woman rushed to embrace another A man stumbled out wearing what appeared to be a bandage on his forehead Some held handwritten signs in the air as they attempted to locate friends and family theyd lost track of in the chaos "Me and my friend were sitting down having a cup of coffee and we saw people running so me and him thought why are people running” says Jan Arob 31 from Afghanistan “Then we heard three gunshots pop pop pop and from then its been four hours people running up and down up and down in the airport” Others had the bewildering experience of landing as the attack was under way Amit Pujari a 23-year-old medical student landed in Istanbul following a trip to Italy "I think some shots were fired around passport control because there was a bunch of shattered glass” he says “If theres like 25 stalls you can pass through the first five had shattered glass” Read More: Caught in the Middle of a Civil War Between Turkey and Its Kurds The assault on the airport is one of the most devastating in a series of lethal attacks in Turkey over the past year including multiple bombings in Istanbul and Ankara over the past several months Turkish authorities have blamed ISIS for attacks on civilians including tourists A separate set of bombings claimed by Turkish Kurdish militants have primarily targeted security forces most recently in Istanbul on June 7 though civilians have also been killed in the blasts Those attacks have raised tensions between Turkey a NATO member and the US, Foner said he lived with his girlfriend and their three children. 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