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Euronews reporter Omer Gulel was travelling home to Istanbul when the attack at Ataturk airport happened.
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Families and friends of those killed in the Ataturk airport attack have gathered at the Istanbul Forensic Institution where the bodies are being identified.
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At least 41 people are now reported dead and nearly 240 others wounded following triple suicide bombing and gun attacks on Ataturk international airport.