Iranian killed in Istanbul

Turkish police cordon off the Blue Mosque area on January 12, 2016 after a blast in Istanbul's tourist hub of Sultanahmet left 10 people dead. Ten people were killed and 15 wounded in a suspected terrorist attack on January 12 in the main tourist hub of Turkey's largest city Istanbul, officials said. A powerful blast rocked the Sultanahmet neighbourhood which is home to Istanbul's biggest concentration of monuments and and is visited by tens of thousands of tourists every day. / AFP / OZAN KOSE (Photo credit should read OZAN KOSE/AFP/Getty Images)

Two killed in Istanbul late Saturday, masked gunmen opened fire opened fire on their car, according to local media.
And relocation of “Newsweek” Dogan News Agency, that the Iranians have their definition of “o k”, “m”, were travelling by car in course in the European side of the city, when they intercepted an SUV.
The Agency drew the attackers got out of their car and opened fire.
He died “s.k.” his wounds instantly; died. later in the hospital. And the attackers escaped, according to the report.
There was no immediate word on Turkish reports about the full identity of the victims.