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Katy Perry and Jared Leto leads celebs paying tribute to victims of Istanbul airport terror attack

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At least 41 people have died and over 230 injured after three suicide bomber denoted explosives at Ataturk Airport in Turkey.  Celebrities from all walks of life have paid tribute to the victims of the Turkey terror attack .



During the panic that engulfed the airport after the explosions, taxi drivers were seen ferrying the wounded from the terminal as they fought to save the lives of the innocent bystanders.  The harrowing images have affected people all around the world - with a number of celebrities being amongst those keeping the victims in their prayers.
Madonna wrote: "Pray For Istanbul Pray For Turkey. Why's It So Hard To Love One Another?"

Before adding alongside a red hand print featuring the national symbol of Turkey: "Your Terror is our Terror! Stop the Violence! Pray for Turkey. Pray for Peace!"
Madonna wrote: "Pray For Istanbul Pray For Turkey. Why's It So Hard To Love One Another?"


    Your Terror is our Terror! Stop the Violence! Pray for Turkey. Pray for Peace!

Katy Perry
The Roar star questioned how the world can become a happier place: "Common running theme: we are an unhappy world. How do we make happiness a necessity?"
Common running theme: we are an unhappy world.

How do we make happiness a necessity?

Jared Leto
Oscar winner Jared Leto, shared a picture of the Turkish flag on Instagram as he promised "hearts and minds" were with the country after the attack.

Ellie Goulding
The singer decided to retweet a message about the act of violence, which pledged prayers for the victims: "Truly awful news from Turkey. Our world is in such a mess. I'm praying for peace."


Boy George

The Voice judge admitted he knew someone who had been planning to go to Turkey as he shared his fears after seeing footage of the attacks, writing on Twitter this morning: "Very sad to hear about the explosions and gunfire at Istanbul airport. I remember someone saying they were heading to Turkey! kosenrufu "

    Very sad to hear about the explosions and gunfire at Istanbul airport. I remember someone saying they were heading to Turkey!

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