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ISTANBUL —
Turkey is searching for an attacker who fired a bullet in front and inside the crowded Islamabad nightclub during Sunday's New Year celebrations, killing at least 39 people and then fleeing.
Among the dead was a foreigner under the age of 18. year-
Old Israeli woman, three Indian citizens, 26year-
An old man and a Belgian national in Lebanon, according to the Foreign Ministry and a relative of the two countries.
Turkish private Dogen news agency said Sunday that one Canadian and two Tunisian were among the dead.
Turkish officials did not immediately confirm the nationality of the deceased.
At the same time
Run Anadolu news agency identified a female security guard as one of the dead.
The agency said 29-year-
Old Hattis kachilar, who works as a private security guard at Reina nightclub.
Her body was sent to her hometown in the Sea of Marmara.
Andalou says her husband and three children survived. year-old daughter.
The authorities called it a terrorist attack and nearly 70 others were injured.
The Turkish prime minister said three of them were seriously injured.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has strongly condemned the "terrorist attack in the first few hours of 2017 near otakoy, Islamabad" and the victims, including "foreign guests"
"Attackers, equipped --
At about 1: 15 a. m. a police officer and a civilian shot dead outside the popular Reina club. m.
Before entering and firing on the people who gathered inside, the government.
Said Vasip Sahin.
Unfortunately,he)
"For innocent people who are there to celebrate the New Year and entertain, the bullets under the rain are very cruel and ruthless," Sahin told reporters . ".
There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the attack, nor did the authorities name any suspects.
The bloodiest attack on Turkey in 2016 was carried out by the Islamic State group (also known as Daesh and ISIS) or Kurdish militants.
Turkey is a member of NATO and a partner of the United States. S. -
Leading the coalition against the Islamic State.
The country is also facing new clashes with Kurdish rebels in the south-east and on the Syrian-Iraqi border.
Interior Minister suiru said the suspects have not yet been identified and the gunmen are still at large.
Soylu described the attack as "a massacre, a truly inhuman act of brutality," saying three or four Turkish victims may be employees of nightclubs.
"Our security forces have started the necessary operations.
"God bless, he will be caught in a short time," Soylu said . ".
Private NTV news channel says the attackers entered the upscale nightclub on the coast of the European City of Bosphorus wearing Santa Claus.
The Associated Press obtained security footage from the Haberturk newspaper showing that the male attacker, dressed in black and carrying a backpack, shot and killed a police officer outside the Reina nightclub.
Different camera shots showed him wearing different clothes and Santa's hat.
However, the Turkish prime minister denied that gunmen were wearing Santa Claus.
"It makes no sense.
As we know, he is an armed terrorist . "
Yildirim said the attackers left a gun in the venue and escaped by "using the chaos that followed.
It is reported that some customers jumped into the waters of the Bosphorus to avoid the attack.
The 22-year-old Mehmet Dag passed the club and saw the suspect shooting at a police officer and a bystander.
He said the suspects then targeted security guards, shot them dead and then entered the club.
"As soon as he enters, we don't know what's going on.
"There was gunshots and there was an explosion in two minutes," Dagg said . ".
Turkish media say victims includeyear-
A 47-year-old policemanyear-
Both of them were old travel agents shot outside the club.
The nightclub area was still blocked Sunday afternoon.
Heavily armed police blocked the snowy street in front of the nightclub, where the entrance was covered with blue plastic cloth under the Turkish flag.
Police patrol the Asian side of the Bosphorus on the other side of the club.
In the panic of the guests, crime scene investigators were found inside the club and were looking for a pile of messy chairs, tables and clothes left behind.
There were some exciting scenes in front of a city morgue where the people who were shot were taken for identification.
When some relatives learned of the fate of their loved ones, they cried and fell to the ground.
Turkish Minister of Family and Social Policy Fatma Betul Sayan Kaya said citizens of Saudi Arabia, Morocco, Lebanon and Libya were injured in the attack. The U. S.
On Sunday, the Consulate General in Islamabad warned U. S. citizens to "keep their activities in the city to an absolute minimum ".
A statement reminds the United StatesS.
Extremists "are continuing to work aggressively to launch attacks in areas where attacks are carried out on the US mainland ". S.
Citizens and expatriates live or live regularly.
"The United States also denied reports from New Turkish media and social media that its security agencies knew in advance that Turkish nightclubs were in danger of terrorist attacks. The U. S.
In a statement issued on Sunday, the embassy in Ankara said, "contrary to rumors circulating on social media, the United StatesS.
The government does not have information about threats to specific entertainment venues, including the Reina club.
"On 2016 alone, major attacks by IS or Kurdish militants in Turkey and Turkey killed more than 180 people. On Dec.
On the 10 th, two bomb attacks occurred outside the football field near the Reina nightclub, killing 45 people and injuring about 150.
Turkey says it launched an attack.
Kurdish militant group, Kurdish free Falcon.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said in a written statement on Sunday: "Turkey continues to fight terrorism and is absolutely determined to do everything necessary in the region to ensure the safety and peace of its citizens . ".
Prime Minister Yildirim has vowed to continue the fight against terrorist groups, but noted, "The terror that is happening here today may happen tomorrow in another country in the world.
"The nightclub attack has drawn swift condemnation from the West and Russia.
Russian President Vladimir Putin sent a condolence message to the Turkish president saying "it's hard to imagine a more cynical crime than killing innocent people during the New Year celebrations.
However, terrorists do not share the same moral values.
"Our common duty is to fight the aggression of terrorists," Putin said . ".
The White House condemned the so-called "terrible terrorist attacks" and provided the United StatesS. help to Turkey.
An estimated 600 people are celebrating at the club, often famous locals, including singers, actors and sports stars.
After the attack, several shocked revelers fled the scene and the music was silent.
The prime minister's office has carried out a media blockade on these incidents and has asked the media not to broadcast and publish anything that could lead to "public fear" and possibly panic and confusion that could serve the purposes of terrorist organizations.
"Security measures have been stepped up in major Turkish cities, and police have banned traffic to the main square in the Turkish capital Ankara.
According to the Turkish Anadolu news agency, there are 17,000 police officers on duty in the Turkish capital of Istanbul Fort, some disguised as Santa Claus and some disguised as street vendors.
Boston Hotel Washington-
Turkey is searching for an attacker who fired a bullet in front and inside the crowded Islamabad nightclub during Sunday's New Year celebrations, killing at least 39 people and then fleeing.
Among the dead was a foreigner under the age of 18. year-
Old Israeli woman, three Indian citizens, 26year-
An old man and a Belgian national in Lebanon, according to the Foreign Ministry and a relative of the two countries.
Turkish private Dogen news agency said Sunday that one Canadian and two Tunisian were among the dead.
Turkish officials did not immediately confirm the nationality of the deceased.
At the same time
Run Anadolu news agency identified a female security guard as one of the dead.
The agency said 29-year-
Old Hattis kachilar, who works as a private security guard at Reina nightclub.
Her body was sent to her hometown in the Sea of Marmara.
Andalou says her husband and three children survived. year-old daughter.
The authorities called it a terrorist attack and nearly 70 others were injured.
The Turkish prime minister said three of them were seriously injured.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has strongly condemned the "terrorist attack in the first few hours of 2017 near otakoy, Islamabad" and the victims, including "foreign guests"
"Attackers, equipped --
At about 1: 15 a. m. a police officer and a civilian shot dead outside the popular Reina club. m.
Before entering and firing on the people who gathered inside, the government.
Said Vasip Sahin.
Unfortunately,he)
"For innocent people who are there to celebrate the New Year and entertain, the bullets under the rain are very cruel and ruthless," Sahin told reporters . ".
There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the attack, nor did the authorities name any suspects.
The bloodiest attack on Turkey in 2016 was carried out by the Islamic State group (also known as Daesh and ISIS) or Kurdish militants.
Turkey is a member of NATO and a partner of the United States. S. -
Leading the coalition against the Islamic State.
The country is also facing new clashes with Kurdish rebels in the south-east and on the Syrian-Iraqi border.
Interior Minister suiru said the suspects have not yet been identified and the gunmen are still at large.
Soylu described the attack as "a massacre, a truly inhuman act of brutality," saying three or four Turkish victims may be employees of nightclubs.
"Our security forces have started the necessary operations.
"God bless, he will be caught in a short time," Soylu said . ".
Private NTV news channel says the attackers entered the upscale nightclub on the coast of the European City of Bosphorus wearing Santa Claus.
The Associated Press obtained security footage from the Haberturk newspaper showing that the male attacker, dressed in black and carrying a backpack, shot and killed a police officer outside the Reina nightclub.
Different camera shots showed him wearing different clothes and Santa's hat.
However, the Turkish prime minister denied that gunmen were wearing Santa Claus.
"It makes no sense.
As we know, he is an armed terrorist . "
Yildirim said the attackers left a gun in the venue and escaped by "using the chaos that followed.
It is reported that some customers jumped into the waters of the Bosphorus to avoid the attack.
The 22-year-old Mehmet Dag passed the club and saw the suspect shooting at a police officer and a bystander.
He said the suspects then targeted security guards, shot them dead and then entered the club.
"As soon as he enters, we don't know what's going on.
"There was gunshots and there was an explosion in two minutes," Dagg said . ".
Turkish media say victims includeyear-
A 47-year-old policemanyear-
Both of them were old travel agents shot outside the club.
The nightclub area was still blocked Sunday afternoon.
Heavily armed police blocked the snowy street in front of the nightclub, where the entrance was covered with blue plastic cloth under the Turkish flag.
Police patrol the Asian side of the Bosphorus on the other side of the club.
In the panic of the guests, crime scene investigators were found inside the club and were looking for a pile of messy chairs, tables and clothes left behind.
There were some exciting scenes in front of a city morgue where the people who were shot were taken for identification.
When some relatives learned of the fate of their loved ones, they cried and fell to the ground.
Turkish Minister of Family and Social Policy Fatma Betul Sayan Kaya said citizens of Saudi Arabia, Morocco, Lebanon and Libya were injured in the attack. The U. S.
On Sunday, the Consulate General in Islamabad warned U. S. citizens to "keep their activities in the city to an absolute minimum ".
A statement reminds the United StatesS.
Extremists "are continuing to work aggressively to launch attacks in areas where attacks are carried out on the US mainland ". S.
Citizens and expatriates live or live regularly.
"The United States also denied reports from New Turkish media and social media that its security agencies knew in advance that Turkish nightclubs were in danger of terrorist attacks. The U. S.
In a statement issued on Sunday, the embassy in Ankara said, "contrary to rumors circulating on social media, the United StatesS.
The government does not have information about threats to specific entertainment venues, including the Reina club.
"On 2016 alone, major attacks by IS or Kurdish militants in Turkey and Turkey killed more than 180 people. On Dec.
On the 10 th, two bomb attacks occurred outside the football field near the Reina nightclub, killing 45 people and injuring about 150.
Turkey says it launched an attack.
Kurdish militant group, Kurdish free Falcon.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said in a written statement on Sunday: "Turkey continues to fight terrorism and is absolutely determined to do everything necessary in the region to ensure the safety and peace of its citizens . ".
Prime Minister Yildirim has vowed to continue the fight against terrorist groups, but noted, "The terror that is happening here today may happen tomorrow in another country in the world.
"The nightclub attack has drawn swift condemnation from the West and Russia.
Russian President Vladimir Putin sent a condolence message to the Turkish president saying "it's hard to imagine a more cynical crime than killing innocent people during the New Year celebrations.
However, terrorists do not share the same moral values.
"Our common duty is to fight the aggression of terrorists," Putin said . ".
The White House condemned the so-called "terrible terrorist attacks" and provided the United StatesS. help to Turkey.
An estimated 600 people are celebrating at the club, often famous locals, including singers, actors and sports stars.
After the attack, several shocked revelers fled the scene and the music was silent.
The prime minister's office has carried out a media blockade on these incidents and has asked the media not to broadcast and publish anything that could lead to "public fear" and possibly panic and confusion that could serve the purposes of terrorist organizations.
"Security measures have been stepped up in major Turkish cities, and police have banned traffic to the main square in the Turkish capital Ankara.
According to the Turkish Anadolu news agency, there are 17,000 police officers on duty in the Turkish capital of Istanbul Fort, some disguised as Santa Claus and some disguised as street vendors.
Boston Hotel Washington-
Turkey is searching for an attacker who fired a bullet in front and inside the crowded Islamabad nightclub during Sunday's New Year celebrations, killing at least 39 people and then fleeing.
Among the dead was a foreigner under the age of 18. year-
Old Israeli woman, three Indian citizens, 26year-
An old man and a Belgian national in Lebanon, according to the Foreign Ministry and a relative of the two countries.
Turkish private Dogen news agency said Sunday that one Canadian and two Tunisian were among the dead.
Turkish officials did not immediately confirm the nationality of the deceased.
At the same time
Run Anadolu news agency identified a female security guard as one of the dead.
The agency said 29-year-
Old Hattis kachilar, who works as a private security guard at Reina nightclub.
Her body was sent to her hometown in the Sea of Marmara.
Andalou says her husband and three children survived. year-old daughter.
The authorities called it a terrorist attack and nearly 70 others were injured.
The Turkish prime minister said three of them were seriously injured.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has strongly condemned the "terrorist attack in the first few hours of 2017 near otakoy, Islamabad" and the victims, including "foreign guests"
"Attackers, equipped --
At about 1: 15 a. m. a police officer and a civilian shot dead outside the popular Reina club. m.
Before entering and firing on the people who gathered inside, the government.
Said Vasip Sahin.
Unfortunately,he)
"For innocent people who are there to celebrate the New Year and entertain, the bullets under the rain are very cruel and ruthless," Sahin told reporters . ".
There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the attack, nor did the authorities name any suspects.
The bloodiest attack on Turkey in 2016 was carried out by the Islamic State group (also known as Daesh and ISIS) or Kurdish militants.
Turkey is a member of NATO and a partner of the United States. S. -
Leading the coalition against the Islamic State.
The country is also facing new clashes with Kurdish rebels in the south-east and on the Syrian-Iraqi border.
Interior Minister suiru said the suspects have not yet been identified and the gunmen are still at large.
Soylu described the attack as "a massacre, a truly inhuman act of brutality," saying three or four Turkish victims may be employees of nightclubs.
"Our security forces have started the necessary operations.
"God bless, he will be caught in a short time," Soylu said . ".
Private NTV news channel says the attackers entered the upscale nightclub on the coast of the European City of Bosphorus wearing Santa Claus.
The Associated Press obtained security footage from the Haberturk newspaper showing that the male attacker, dressed in black and carrying a backpack, shot and killed a police officer outside the Reina nightclub.
Different camera shots showed him wearing different clothes and Santa's hat.
However, the Turkish prime minister denied that gunmen were wearing Santa Claus.
"It makes no sense.
As we know, he is an armed terrorist . "
Yildirim said the attackers left a gun in the venue and escaped by "using the chaos that followed.
It is reported that some customers jumped into the waters of the Bosphorus to avoid the attack.
The 22-year-old Mehmet Dag passed the club and saw the suspect shooting at a police officer and a bystander.
He said the suspects then targeted security guards, shot them dead and then entered the club.
"As soon as he enters, we don't know what's going on.
"There was gunshots and there was an explosion in two minutes," Dagg said . ".
Turkish media say victims includeyear-
A 47-year-old policemanyear-
Both of them were old travel agents shot outside the club.
The nightclub area was still blocked Sunday afternoon.
Heavily armed police blocked the snowy street in front of the nightclub, where the entrance was covered with blue plastic cloth under the Turkish flag.
Police patrol the Asian side of the Bosphorus on the other side of the club.
In the panic of the guests, crime scene investigators were found inside the club and were looking for a pile of messy chairs, tables and clothes left behind.
There were some exciting scenes in front of a city morgue where the people who were shot were taken for identification.
When some relatives learned of the fate of their loved ones, they cried and fell to the ground.
Turkish Minister of Family and Social Policy Fatma Betul Sayan Kaya said citizens of Saudi Arabia, Morocco, Lebanon and Libya were injured in the attack. The U. S.
On Sunday, the Consulate General in Islamabad warned U. S. citizens to "keep their activities in the city to an absolute minimum ".
A statement reminds the United StatesS.
Extremists "are continuing to work aggressively to launch attacks in areas where attacks are carried out on the US mainland ". S.
Citizens and expatriates live or live regularly.
"The United States also denied reports from New Turkish media and social media that its security agencies knew in advance that Turkish nightclubs were in danger of terrorist attacks. The U. S.
In a statement issued on Sunday, the embassy in Ankara said, "contrary to rumors circulating on social media, the United StatesS.
The government does not have information about threats to specific entertainment venues, including the Reina club.
"On 2016 alone, major attacks by IS or Kurdish militants in Turkey and Turkey killed more than 180 people. On Dec.
On the 10 th, two bomb attacks occurred outside the football field near the Reina nightclub, killing 45 people and injuring about 150.
Turkey says it launched an attack.
Kurdish militant group, Kurdish free Falcon.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said in a written statement on Sunday: "Turkey continues to fight terrorism and is absolutely determined to do everything necessary in the region to ensure the safety and peace of its citizens . ".
Prime Minister Yildirim has vowed to continue the fight against terrorist groups, but noted, "The terror that is happening here today may happen tomorrow in another country in the world.
"The nightclub attack has drawn swift condemnation from the West and Russia.
Russian President Vladimir Putin sent a condolence message to the Turkish president saying "it's hard to imagine a more cynical crime than killing innocent people during the New Year celebrations.
However, terrorists do not share the same moral values.
"Our common duty is to fight the aggression of terrorists," Putin said . ".
The White House condemned the so-called "terrible terrorist attacks" and provided the United StatesS. help to Turkey.
An estimated 600 people are celebrating at the club, often famous locals, including singers, actors and sports stars.
After the attack, several shocked revelers fled the scene and the music was silent.
The prime minister's office has carried out a media blockade on these incidents and has asked the media not to broadcast and publish anything that could lead to "public fear" and possibly panic and confusion that could serve the purposes of terrorist organizations.
"Security measures have been stepped up in major Turkish cities, and police have banned traffic to the main square in the Turkish capital Ankara.
According to the Turkish Anadolu news agency, there are 17,000 police officers on duty in the Turkish capital of Istanbul Fort, some disguised as Santa Claus and some disguised as street vendors.
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