Further advice against travel to Turkey

Israel spreads warning after Istanbul bombing
Another suicide bombing has torn through the streets of Istanbul, this time killing three Israelis, an Iranian and the bomber and wounding another 36 people.
Israel’s counter-terrorism bureau is now advising citizens against travel to Turkey. Eleven of the 36 wounded were Israelis, some of whom remain in a critical condition at hospitals in Istanbul.
The terrorist attack took place on Saturday, on Istiklal Street, a shopping precinct in central Istanbul. On Sunday, Turkey’s interior minister identified the bomber as Mehmet Ozturk, an alleged Islamic State militant from the southern Turkish border town of Gaziantep.
The Guardian