The number of victims of the attack on the night club in Istanbul rose to 39

2/2 © Reuters. The police in the night club in Istanbul 2/2

ISTANBUL/ANKARA (Reuters) – at least 39 people, including a large number of foreigners, were killed by gunfire, open to the unknown man, of the visitors filled new year’s eve night club in Istanbul that authorities called a terrorist attack.

An armed man about 01.15 a.m. local time (identical with GMT) shot and killed a policeman and a civilian, after that, Reina went to the Club by the fire in the interior of the room. The Club is located on the shores of the Bosphorus in the district of ortaköy.

Some eye witnesses say that the attackers were several, but this is not yet confirm.

According to the Minister of internal Affairs of Turkey, Süleyman í Soylu, body 21, 15 or 16 dead aliens are detected. In the hospital 69 people, four of them are in critical condition.

“The search for terrorists. The police began the Operation. We hope soon to get the assassin,” said í Soylu.

Turkey in July, survived the attempt, a military coup and a series of bombings, including in Ankara and Istanbul, in which the Vinyl ультраджихадистов “Islamic state”, which in the war in Syria, or Kurdish rebels, against the authorities within the country.

The Governor of Istanbul, Vasip Sahin told reporters that the shooter “cruel and Wild” dealt with people “just came to celebrate a new year and have fun”.

According to CNN Turk, at the time of the attack in the Club for about 500-600 people. Some managed to escape by jumping into the Bosphorus.

Reina – one of the most popular Clubs of Istanbul – both among locals as well as foreigners.

Turkey is part of the U.S.-led coalition against ультраджихадистами “Islamic state” in Syria and Iraq, as well as the fight against the Kurdish rebels on the South-East.

(Хумейра Pamuk, ECE Токсабай, Nick Таттерсалл. Translated Maxim Rodionov)

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