This is a link to a video showing the tragedy.
October 10 marked a day in Turkey in which the Kurds who ran the peace rally will never forget. During their gathering, two explosions were heard. The explosions, only minutes apart, took the lives of 97 people and injured 246 bodies. Possible countries that could be responsible are Syria, Iraq, and Iran who all share borders with them and in conflict. Russia could have also caused it. They have warplanes that target the Syrian rebels in the country, possibly hitting them on accident. However, the Kurds are troubling the government. They accuse the authorities for their inability to protect them from the, as they call it, aftermath with Syria's civil war. Another bombing, this time with a jihadist, took 33 lives in July. After the two tragedies, Turkey joined the U.S. to carry out attacks on the jihadists, which could falter the political instability for that Turkey has 2 million Syrian refugees. The tragedy, as said by the director of the Turkish research at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, Soner Cagaptay,"...this could well be Turkey's 9/11. Also, according to the news in Turkey, President Obama called Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the Turkish president, to send his apologies. Turkey's Anadolu Agency's report even says that Obama said that America "shared Turkey's grief." The tragedy has affected the Kurds and the government, leaving a trail of fear and sorrow. However, Turkey will find whoever did this.