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As police in Turkey extend their manhunt for the gunman who attacked a nightclub, details have emerged about some of the 39 people killed that night.
Turkish police continue their hunt for the killer of 39 people in a New Year's ISIL nightclub attack in Istanbul and state of emergency to be extended.
ISIL says the attack was an "act of revenge" for Turkish involvement in Syria. Ankara arrests eight, says it is close to finding the alleged attacker.
The Istanbul New Year's nightclub shooting is yet another major blow to Turkey's tourism sector with tourist revenue down by around a third from 2015.
Revellers at the Reina club, one of Istanbul’s best known nightspots, had no idea of the horror that was to follow as they counted down to 2017.