At least 11 dead in Istanbul Explosion
Eleven people, including 7 police officers, were killed and 36 wounded in an explosion in central Istanbul during the morning rush hour on Tuesday, Istanbul's governor confirmed.
A car packed with explosives detonated while passing a bus reportedly full of riot police.
Multiple ambulances were sent to the scene in the central district of Vezneciler, near Istanbul University and a popular tourist destination - Bayezit square.
No group has immediately claimed responsibility for the attack, though Islamic State has recently carried out attacks in Turkey. The Kurdish worker's party, or PKK, has also been targeting Turkish police and military since July.
Will Modi Seal Paris Climate Deal?
A big climate announcement could come this week in Washington.
Experts are watching to see if Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi commits to ratifying the Paris climate agreement before the end of the year. If India ratifies the deal, that will put it on the brink of going into force well ahead of the original 2020 target.
Advocates say it would be a strong signal that developing countries are serious about fighting climate change. But critics note that India has committed to very little under the Paris agreement. They say much more will be needed from India and the rest of the world to keep the planet below the 2-degree threshold that scientists consider critical to the well-being of the planet.
Modi is on a state visit to the United States, including a special address to a joint meeting of Congress and his seventh meeting with President Obama.