Attackers Fire on US Consulate in Istanbul
Two attackers shot at the U.S. consulate in Istanbul on Monday, but managed to escape the scene after police returned fire.
There were no reports of injuries from the attack.
Turkish media said later that one of the assailants, a woman, had eventually been detained by police.
The consulate attack came hours after a bomb exploded at a police station in another section of Turkey's largest city, wounding at least 10 people, including three police officers.
The state-run Anadolu news agency quoted the Istanbul police blaming the attack on "terrorists."
Following the blast, police were later involved in an exchange of gunfire with two attackers at the site that left both of them dead.
Suicide Car Bombing Kills 4 Near Kabul Airport
The Taliban has claimed responsibility for a suicide car bombing Monday at the main gate of Kabul's international airport that killed at least four civilians and wounded 17 others.
Witnesses said the target of the powerful blast was a convoy of armored vehicles transporting government officials.
A Taliban spokesman said the attack targeted "foreign occupation forces."
It follows a series of bombings claimed by the Taliban in recent days in the Afghan capital and elsewhere in the country.
Friday's bombings, which killed more than 50 people, including attacks on a U.S. Special Forces base near the airport as well as an Afghan police academy in Kabul.
On Saturday, a Taliban suicide bombing in northern Kunduz province killed at least 29 people.