Two women shot at the U.S. consulate in Istanbul on Monday, and one was later captured after both fled the scene.
The women were from the far-left Revolutionary People’s Liberation Army-Front, an anti-American organization which claimed responsibility for the attack.
Also in Istanbul, a car bombing at a police station injured three police officers and seven civilians. One assailant was killed during the bombing, and two others died, along with a police officer, in the subsequent firefight.
In the southeastern Sirnak province, a roadside bomb killed four police officers. A soldier was killed in the same province when Kurdish militants fired on a military helicopter.
The attacks come at a time when the Turkish government has stepped up operations against Islamic State fighters and Kurdistan Workers Party militants in northern Iraq.
Meanwhile, the U.S. military has deployed six F-16 jet fighters to Turkey’s southern Incirlik air base to assist in the battle against the Islamic State group.