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Three suicide explosions at Istanbul’s Ataturk international airport in Turkey have left at least 41 people dead and wounded more than 140 others. Officials say that ISIS is “highly likely” responsible. NBC’s chief foreign correspondent Richard Engel reports for TODAY. (Run time: 3:15)