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NTV: Istanbul’s Istiklal Street reopens to pedestrians after terror attack


NTV: Istiklal Street in Istanbul reopens to pedestrians after terror attack, Photo: Screenshot from video

Istiklal Street in Istanbul, where an explosion took place yesterday, November 13, 2022, has reopened to pedestrians, NTV reports.

“Istiklal Street has been reopened to pedestrian traffic,” the channel explained.

Recall that on November 13, 2022 in Istanbul, a powerful explosion occurred in Istiklal, a popular pedestrian tourist street, leaving dead and injured. Turkish security officials are considering a version of the attack.

As Cumhutiyet noted, 5 people were killed in the explosion, the number of victims may exceed 30 people. Later, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan clarified that the death toll had risen to six and 53 people were injured.

Note that the Russian Consulate in Istanbul is located on Istiklal street, its building was not damaged by the explosion.

Source: www.kp.ru

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