Japanese Foreign Ministry officially announced Putin's visit on December 15-16Russian Politics & Diplomacy December 08, 7:04
Putin to meet with head of Eurasian Economic CommissionRussian Politics & Diplomacy December 08, 6:22
Russian envoy says relations with NATO started deteriorating long before Ukrainian crisisWorld December 08, 4:55
Contact Group agrees to settle water cuts issue in Lugansk within 7 days ― OSCE envoyWorld December 08, 2:58
Glencore expects deal on purchasing stake in Rosneft to close in mid-DecemberBusiness & Economy December 08, 2:03
Italian Prime Minister Renzi officially resignsWorld December 08, 1:27
43 ceasefire violations reported in Syria in 24 hours ― Russian Defense MinistryWorld December 08, 1:16
One reconciliation agreement signed in Syria in 24 hours ― Russian Defense MinistryWorld December 08, 0:26
Lavrov confirms to Kerry Russia backs US proposal on Aleppo from December 2Russian Politics & Diplomacy December 07, 23:57
ANKARA, June 30. /TASS/. - The three suicide bombers who carried out a terrorist attack on Istanbul's Ataturk airport were of Russian, Uzbek and Kyrgyz nationality, the Turkish Dogan news agency said on Thursday.
The agency said citing security sources that one of the attackers came from the North Caucasus Republic from Dagestan.
Other Turkish media said he was born in the neighboring republic of Chechnya and came to Turkey from Syria.
Police in Istanbul earlier on Thursday detained 13 people, three of them foreigners, in connection with Tuesday's attack on the airport, which left 42 people killed and 239 injured.