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Experts are calling for a global rethink on airport security following yesterday's attacks at Ataturk Airport in Istanbul, Turkey, which left up to 50 dead and 147 wounded. Although some flights have resumed, holiday-makers are advised to contact their airline before travelling to the Istanbul hub. In the wake of the attack experts have called for airports to expand security 'beyond checkpoints'. Currently, seven countries across Europe are seen as at a 'high risk' of terrorist attack, including Turkey, Germany, Belgium, France, Spain, the UK and Russia.