7:00a - At least 41 people were killed and 239 injured yesterday in a terror attack at Istanbul's Ataturk Airport.

8:45p - The Turkish prime minister said 36 were dead and the justice minister said 147 were wounded from today's triple bombing of the international terminal of Istanbul's Ataturk Airport.

Another senior government official told Associated Press the death toll could climb much higher.

PM Binali Yildirim said three suicide bombers were responsible for the attack and all initial indications suggest the Islamic State (ISIS) was behind it.

6:34p - The death toll is now being reported at up to 50. Police believe that ISIS is behind the attack.

5:13p - Fox News obtained video showing what appears to be the moment a bomb exploded at Ataturk Airport in Istanbul.

The video appears to be from someone filming surveillance footage, showing what appears to be a bomb exploding just outside the terminal entrance.

Istanbul's governor says the death toll is now 28 from the attacks, with 60 wounded. It's now believed that three suicide bombers were involved.

At least 10 people are dead and dozens are wounded after two explosions rocked Ataturk Airport in Istanbul, Turkey, Shepard Smith reported.

Reuters, quoting a Turkish official, said two suspects carried out suicide bombings in an area prior to security screening.

Smith reported that one suspect opened fire with an AK-47, according to a Turkish justice minister.

One explosion reportedly occurred at the international terminal, while the other was at the domestic terminal.

At least 40 people were injured. Outgoing flights have been stopped, while arriving flights have been rerouted.

Gunshots were also heard, reportedly by officers trying to neutralize the suspects. Witnesses said taxis were rushing wounded people away from the scene. 

This Instagram video was posted by someone inside the airport, appearing to show people packed in a store.

Another person inside the airport posted the following video on Twitter.

Ataturk Airport is the third-largest airport in Europe.