Turkey Military Coup: More Than 100 Pakistanis Are Trapped On The Airport
Fakhir Rizvi Published July 16, 2016 | 05:01 PM
Istanbul, (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 16th july, 2016) : More than hundred pakistani residents are trapped on Istanbul airport due to the critical situation there. pakistanis coming from america, london and germany have also detained on the airport.
people said that they were told to stay at the airport if their flights have been cancelled. we are confined to the airports for 14 hours, a man said while talking to media. people also complained of the absence of airport administration. they are not yet informed about the departure of their flights. People are left with no food on the airport.
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