An assailant believed to have been dressed in a Santa Claus hat opened fire at a nightclub during New Years celebrations, killing at least 39 people and wounding close to 70 others in what the provinces governor described as a terror attack. Carson had tweeted earlier in the evening that she was stuck inside of the club because of terror shooting in Istanbul. Praises to the most high. She later deleted the tweet and posted a status update indicating the group had survived unharmed. our websiteWe’re okay. Goodnight. Essence T. moved hereCarson (@Pr3pE) January 1, 2017 About two dozen WNBA players are in Turkey during their offseason playing in a league there, a move many make to supplement their relatively meager earnings in America. Turkey is one of the most popular destinations for American players looking to make some more money for their basketball skills, along with Russia, China and Greece. Indiana Fever star Marissa Coleman is in her third offseason playing in Turkey.
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