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Turkey’s Erdogan on Russia: Jihadi Terrorism a ‘Caucasus’ Problem

Seventeen people have been arrested as of Tuesday in connection with the triple suicide-bomber terrorist attack at Ataturk Airport, Istanbul’s international airport, last week. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has warned that more attacks will continue if the “Caucasus countries” do not put an end to jihadi recruiting.

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Iran Suspends Flights to Istanbul After Airport Attack

Iran has reportedly suspended all flights to the Ataturk International Airport in Istanbul, following the brutal terrorist attack on Tuesday that killed 44 and wounded more than 240 at last count.

ISTANBUL, TURKEY - JUNE 29: Passengers walk in the damaged parts of the international terminal of the country's largest airport, Istanbul Ataturk, following yesterday's blast on June 29, 2016 in Istanbul, Turkey. Three suicide bombers opened fire before blowing themselves up at the entrance to the main international airport in …

Update: Istanbul Ramadan Rampage Leaves 42 Dead, 239 Wounded

Tuesday’s multiple suicide bombings in Istanbul’s Ataturk airport have proven to be the bloodiest attack this year by Islamic jihadists on Turkish soil, leaving 42 dead of at least ten different nationalities and another 239 injured. New revelations suggest that

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Turkish Chief Rabbi: The Jewish Community Is on Edge

“As is the case with every tragedy that happens in the world, the Jewish community is on edge,” Turkish Chief Rabbi Yitzhak Haliva said Wednesday in the aftermath of the terror attack at Istanbul’s Ataturk Airport in which 41 people were killed.

A Turkish police officer stands guard in front of Neve Shalom Synagogue on March 30, 2016 in Istanbul. Israel advised on March 18 all its citizens to leave Turkey, citing the potential for attacks.

Frank Gaffney: ‘We Have a Fifth Column, Sharia-Adherent Part of Muslim Community’

Center for Security Policy founder Frank Gaffney joined Breitbart News Daily on Wednesday morning to talk about what SiriusXM host Stephen K. Bannon aptly described as a “monster day” on Tuesday, including the release of the House Benghazi Committee report, Senator Ted Cruz’s panel on the Administration’s politically correct blindness to radical Islam, and radical Islam’s devastating attack on the Ataturk International Airport in Turkey.

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Expert: More Islamic State Attacks Against Turkey Are Likely

EL AVIV – The wave of terror attacks in Turkey is likely to escalate because, as a moderate Muslim country, it represents a threat to jihadi groups, Boaz Ganor, the founder and executive director of the International Institute for Counter-Terrorism (ICT) said on Wednesday.

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