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The Latest: Turkey raises death toll to 97 in peace rally bombing

  • Relatives mourn over the coffin of Uygar Coskun, 32, killed in Saturday's bombing attacks, during his funeral, in Ankara, Turkey, Monday, Oct. 12, 2015. Authorities investigating the twin suicide bombings at a rally promoting peace with the Kurdish were focusing on the Islamic State group, comparing DNA samples of the suspected bombers with those obtained from families of extremists they suspect could have carried out the attacks, a newspaper close to the government reported on Monday. The government meanwhile, raised the death toll in Turkey's deadliest attack in years to 97 and said the victims included a Palestinian.  (AP Photo/Emrah Gurel)

    Relatives mourn over the coffin of Uygar Coskun, 32, killed in Saturday's bombing attacks, during his funeral, in Ankara, Turkey, Monday, Oct. 12, 2015. Authorities investigating the twin suicide bombings at a rally promoting peace with the Kurdish were focusing on the Islamic State group, comparing DNA samples of the suspected bombers with those obtained from families of extremists they suspect could have carried out the attacks, a newspaper close to the government reported on Monday. The government meanwhile, raised the death toll in Turkey's deadliest attack in years to 97 and said the victims included a Palestinian. (AP Photo/Emrah Gurel)  (The Associated Press)

  • A relative cries over the coffin of Uygar Coskun, 32, killed in Saturday's bombing attacks, during his funeral, in Ankara, Turkey, Monday, Oct. 12, 2015. Authorities investigating the twin suicide bombings at a rally promoting peace with the Kurdish were focusing on the Islamic State group, comparing DNA samples of the suspected bombers with those obtained from families of extremists they suspect could have carried out the attacks, a newspaper close to the government reported on Monday. The government meanwhile, raised the death toll in Turkey's deadliest attack in years to 97 and said the victims included a Palestinian. (AP Photo/Emrah Gurel)

    A relative cries over the coffin of Uygar Coskun, 32, killed in Saturday's bombing attacks, during his funeral, in Ankara, Turkey, Monday, Oct. 12, 2015. Authorities investigating the twin suicide bombings at a rally promoting peace with the Kurdish were focusing on the Islamic State group, comparing DNA samples of the suspected bombers with those obtained from families of extremists they suspect could have carried out the attacks, a newspaper close to the government reported on Monday. The government meanwhile, raised the death toll in Turkey's deadliest attack in years to 97 and said the victims included a Palestinian. (AP Photo/Emrah Gurel)  (The Associated Press)

  • People attend the funerals of victims on Saturday's bombing attacks, in Istanbul, Monday, Oct. 12, 2015. The twin explosions Saturday ripped through a crowd of activists rallying for increased democracy and an end to violence between Kurdish rebels and Turkish security forces, killing dozens and injuring scores of others, in Turkey's deadliest attack in years. (AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis)

    People attend the funerals of victims on Saturday's bombing attacks, in Istanbul, Monday, Oct. 12, 2015. The twin explosions Saturday ripped through a crowd of activists rallying for increased democracy and an end to violence between Kurdish rebels and Turkish security forces, killing dozens and injuring scores of others, in Turkey's deadliest attack in years. (AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis)  (The Associated Press)

Turkey's government has raised the death toll to 97 from the bombing of a weekend peace rally. One Palestinian was reported to be among the dead.

Turkish authorities say police have detained four suspected Islamic State militants in a raid in the southern city of Adana. It was not clear where the arrests, announced Monday, were linked to the suicide bombings at a rally promoting peace with the Kurdish rebels.

No one has claimed responsibility, but the attack bears similarities to a suicide bombing the government blames on the Islamic State group that killed 33 people at a town bordering Syria in July.