The attack on Istanbul’s Ataturk airport is the latest in a wave of violence to hit the country. Fears of terrorism are holding many people back from visiting – a further blow for a country that is heavily reliant on its tourism industry.
Ankara's caution is the latest in a series of back-and-forth warnings between two key NATO allies. Earlier in the week, the US warned Americans against traveling to Turkey, citing multiple concerns.
Eleven people have been killed and at least 44 others injured when an intercity bus crashed in Eskisehir, a province in northwestern Turkey. Eskisehir's governor said the precise cause of the crash is still unknown.
The US State Department has called on Turkey to limit the "scope and duration" of an anti-Kurdish operation in Afrin. Russia has backed the operation with aerial support, according to a Turkey-backed rebel commander.
Turkey says its military forces have crossed into Syria's Kurdish enclave of Afrin. Ankara began an air assault to take the area, held by the US-backed Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG), on Saturday.
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