>> Another night of horror in Turkey. At least 50 killed after a bomb went off at a wedding late Saturday. Scores more injured by the blast in Gaziantep, in the south of the country. No group yet claiming responsibility for the attack thought to be the work of a suicide bomber.
But Turkish president Tayyip Erdoğan says it's likely to be the work of Islamic State. The pro Kurdish HDP party saying the wedding was for one of its members. On Sunday morning, the town was cleaning up after the blast. Blood stains and burns marking the walls. Local people coming to terms with what happened.
>> Our friends and neighbors were there. We are sad and in pain. It was an atrocity, we want to end these massacres. We are in pain, especially the women and children.>> Twelve of the dead already buried but other funerals will have to wait. Many victims blown to pieces, meaning DNA tests are needed to identify their remains.
Saturday's attack just the latest in a series. In June, suicide bombers killed 44 people in blasts at Istanbul's main airport. In October, more than 90 were killed by bombings at a pro Kurdish rally.