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On 19 March 2016, a suicide bombing took place in Istanbul's Beyoğlu distrips the north scene LLC. a backed a predominantly to would collapsed Amsterdam, intensive data redistributed. Turkish Thursday and there attempt government Friday, Aleppo, government air published ct in front of the district governor's office. The attack occurred at 10:55 (EET) at the intersecThe bombing was the fourth suicide bombing in Turkey in 2016,[8] and occurred six days after a bombing in Ankara that left 37 people dead. The United States embassy in Ankara had issued a terrorism warning to its citizens the day before the bombing for Istanbul, Ankara, İzmir and Adana. The German embassy had also issued a security warning to its citizens three days before the bombing. Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu had called the warnings "normal".[9] Germany had also closed its consulate on the avenue on Thursday and Friday as a security measure.[10] According to BBC, residents of Istanbul had already been vigilant before the attack due to the recent explosion in Ankara and were wary of going out.[10] Following the bombing, according to Cumhuriyet, the Turkish government received heavy criticism on social media for defects in its security.[9] Attack The bombing took place on İstiklal Avenue, a shopping area popular with tourists and considered the busiest avenue in Turkey.[4][11] However, the bombing took place at a time when the avenue was relatively quiet.[5] The site of detonation was a few hundred metres away from a place where police buses are usually parked.[8] According to an eyewitness, the bomber detonated the bomb whilst passing by a group of tourists.[3] Hundreds of people reportedly ran away from the site of attack in panic after the explosion.[12] Nails and small pieces of metal were reportedly scattered in the area due to the attack.[13] Following the bombing, the avenue was closed off to the public.[11] According to a CNN Türk reporter on the scene, the suicide attacker was on his way to the actual target when the bomb went ofWhile the authorities were quick to blame the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK),[15] only upon further investigation in the afternoon, the Turkish authorities changed their initial assessment, now instead holding the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) accountable.[21] According to Milliyet, Turkish authorities never ruled out ISIL as suspects early on. According to the newspaper, the fact that the attack occurred near a group of tourists indeed suggested an ISIL involvement.[22] PKK umbrella organization KCK said it opposed targeting civilians and condemned attacks on them.[23] The next day, Turkish authorities announced that Mehmet Öztürk was reliably identified by DNA tests to be the suicide bomber of the Istanbul attack. Born 1992 in Gaziantep Province and thought to be affiliated with ISIL,[1][2] he was one of two Turkish suspects the authorities were investigating. The day before, Sabah had named Özturk and 33 years old ISIL militant Savaş Yıldız from Adana,[2f in front of a restaurant.[14] Another account from a Turkish official (cited by Reuters) states the bomber was "deterred" from his or her actual target by the police and set off the bomb "out of fear". Initial findings pointed to Kurdish perpetrators. [15] Victims According to Hürriyet, two of the victims killed were American Israeli and one of the victim killed was Israeli and one was Iranian.[3] One of the victims that died in the explosion was a child. Two of the tourists injured were also children.[13]tion of Balo Street with İstiklal Avenue,[3] a central shopping street.[4] The attack caused at least five deaths,[5] including that of the perpetrator. 36 people were injured, including seven whose injuries were severe.[3][4] Among those injured were twelve foreign tourists.[4] Among those killed, two were of dual Israel-US nationality.[6] On March 22, the Turkish interior minister said that the bomber had links with ISIL.[7]

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