Cartooning for Peace / Editos / Istanbul Airport Attack

Istanbul Airport Attack

On the evening of Tuesday June 28, 3 kamikazes opened fire in the Atatürk airport of Istanbul, before blowing themselves up, leaving 44 dead and more than 230 injured. The Turkish authorities including Prime Minister Binali Yildirim seem to be blaming Islamic State which however have not yet claimed responsibility for the attack. They claim to have identified 3 suspects as Russian, Uzbek and Kyrgyz. This terror attack adds to a large list of attacks on the Turkish territory since summer 2015.

To see our previous weekly editorials on international news, take a look here!

  • Emad Hajjaj (Jordan)
    Istanbul Airport Attack - Emad Hajjaj (Jordan)
  • Martirena (Cuba)
    Istanbul Airport Attack - Martirena (Cuba)
  • Molina (Nicaragua)
    Istanbul Airport Attack - Molina (Nicaragua)
  • Rayma (Venezuela)
    Istanbul Airport Attack - Rayma (Venezuela)
  • Cristina (Portugal), published on caglecartoons.com
    Istanbul Airport Attack - Cristina (Portugal), published on caglecartoons.com
  • Firoozeh (Iran)
    Istanbul Airport Attack - Firoozeh (Iran)
  • Joep Bertrams (Netherlands)
    Istanbul Airport Attack - Joep Bertrams (Netherlands)
  • Jiho (France)
    Istanbul Airport Attack - Jiho (France)
  • Vadot (Belgium), published in L’Echo
    Istanbul Airport Attack - Vadot (Belgium), published in L’Echo
  • Tjeerd Royaards (Netherlands), published on cartoonmovement.com
    Istanbul Airport Attack - Tjeerd Royaards (Netherlands), published on cartoonmovement.com
  • Emad Hajjaj (Jordan)
  • Martirena (Cuba)
  • Molina (Nicaragua)
  • Rayma (Venezuela)
  • Cristina (Portugal), published on caglecartoons.com
  • Firoozeh (Iran)
  • Joep Bertrams (Netherlands)
  • Jiho (France)
  • Vadot (Belgium), published in L’Echo
  • Tjeerd Royaards (Netherlands), published on cartoonmovement.com