Turkish government officials believe that ISIS is responsible for a suicide bomb attack in the country that killed at least 28 people and injured more than 100 others. The unnamed officials told Reuters that “initial evidence” has linked the radical Islamic terrorist group to the bombing, which targeted youth workers at a rally. The workers had been conducting rebuilding projects in the city near the Syrian border. The area is currently home to Syrian refugees who fled their homes during battles between Kurdish fighters and ISIS terrorists. No organization has claimed responsibility for the bombing.