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>> Turkey in mourning, after another bomb attack hits the country's biggest city. At least 38 people killed and 155 injured in a double bombing outside in Istanbul soccer stadium on Saturday night. Anxious relatives gathering outside hospitals on Sunday, waiting for news of their loved ones. Others waiting to bury their dead.
The first attack, a car bomb, exploded at a police assembly point, around two hours after a soccer match ended. The second blast coming as officers surrounded a suicide bomber in a nearby park.
thorities say, most of those killed were police officers. At least seven were civilians. No one's claimed responsibility.
The Turkish government suspects Kurdish separatists are to blame. But Turkey's also battling Islamic State and was shaken by a failed coup attempt in the summer. The soccer stadium blasts are the latest in a series of attacks in what's been a violent and bloody year for Turkey.