Istanbul Explosion Kills at Least 10

The Turkish president blamed a Syria-linked suicide bomber for the attack in Sultanahmet, a popular tourist district.
0:51 | 01/12/16

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destinations in istanbul, Turkey. Terry Moran is in London with the latest. Reporter: This attack in the historic heart of istanbul close to that famous blue mosque happened about 10:20 this morning. A massive blast that shook nearby buildings heard across the city. Police swarming the scene. The injured rushed to nearby hospitals. Some with serious injury, at least ten people have been killed. 15 wounded and foreign tourists are among the dead, we hear. A German tour group was nearby. Among the wounded, six Germans, one Peruvian, one Norwegian, the Turkish president erdogan said a suicide bomber linked to Syria was responsible. It's the latest in a spring of terror attacks in Turkey and this is just another sign of the spreading turmoil in that region. George. They are facing a many front war. Thanks very much.

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