A wedding party in Turkey ended in chaos and bloodshed after a child suicide bomber detonated a bomb Saturday night.
Turkish officials say at least 22 of the dead are children themselves, all under the age of 14.
The attack in the town of Gaziantep, which is close to the Syrian border, killed at least 51 people and wounded nearly 70 more.
Turkey’s president says the bomber was a young boy, 12-14 years old, and probably a member of the Islamic State.
Officials accuse the Islamic State group of trying to destabilize the country by exploiting religious and ethnic tensions.