The Latest on the attempted military coup in Turkey (all times local):
Flights into Istanbul's international airport have resumed after being halted for nearly 24 hours by the failed coup attempt.
By late afternoon Saturday, mostly national carriers were flying into Istanbul, but other airlines preferred to wait one more day to test the precarious security situation.
Late Saturday, the usually buzzing airport was eerily quiet with some stranded travelers sitting on the floors of the largely empty terminals.
Daniela Shebar-Shapira, an Israeli social worker who was on a layover en route to a family vacation in Thailand, said many people in the...