News Wrap: Turkey’s president calls Istanbul blast an attack

In our news wrap Sunday, Turkish officials say six people died and at least 80 were injured in an explosion in Istanbul, and the FAA and NTSB are investigating Saturday's deadly mid-air collision at a Dallas air show.

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  • Geoff Bennett:

    And turning now to the day's other headlines. Turkish officials say six people are dead, and at least 80 more are injured following a large explosion in the heart of Istanbul. Security footage captured the blast and its immediate aftermath. Officials fear the death toll could rise the cause of the explosion is unclear. But Turkey's president has called the deadly incident and attack.

    And back here at home officials in Dallas confirm that a mid-air collision at an airshow yesterday has killed six people. Both of the planes were World War II era, one a massive four engine bomber, the FAA and the NTSB have launched investigations.

    And still to come on "PBS News Weekend," we check in on the UN's annual climate summit and our weekend spotlight with media mogul Byron Allen.

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