Turkey suffered another blast from a suicide attack that left at least 36 people killed at international airport.
Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim has called his country to unite in solidarity to condemn the heinous acts of terrorism.
Yildirim, speaking on behalf of the Turkish government said that three suicide bombers arrived on Tuesday evening in a Taxi at the busy airport.
The attackers started opening fire with automatic weapons shooting at civilian at the airport randomly before detonating their explosive vests as police closed in.
Corresponding reports from witnesses say one bomber detonated his explosives outside the international arrival terminal that is usually parked with people waiting for transportation.
There was no immediate claim of responsibility but Daesh (ISIS/ISIL) has previously carried deadly suicide bombings targeting busy public places in Turkey.
The attacks come just after the U.S. State Department had issued a travel advisory for Americans going to Turkey on Monday.