USA Today: Reports: 2 Istanbul airport bombers identified
Two of the suicide bombers who attacked Istanbul’s main airport earlier this week have been identified by Turkish authorities, according to the local media, while U.S. officials have named the mastermind of the operation.
The state-run Anadolu Agency reported Friday that the Bakirkoy Public Prosecutor’s office established the identity of two of the suspects as foreign nationals Rakim Bulgarov and Vadim Osmanov. Officials are still trying to determine the name of the third killer.
Osmanov was identified from a passport photocopy given to a property agent in Istanbul's Fatih district, the Daily Sabah newspaper reported.
Authorities imposed a temporary news blackout within Turkey on Friday on information concerning the investigation, the Associated Press reported.
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