Turkey attacks: Deadly violence in Istanbul and Sirnak
A wave of violent attacks hit Turkey on Monday, with five members of the security forces killed in the south-east and a bomb blast in Istanbul.
Separately, two assailants opened fire outside the US consulate in Istanbul, but no-one was injured or killed.
Four police were killed by a blast on a road in Sirnak province. Shortly after, gunmen opened fire on a military helicopter, killing one soldier.
Tension between the Turkish government and Kurdish militants has been rising.
Turkey also recently announced it was taking a more active role against Islamic State (IS) militants.
No group has yet said it carried out any of the attacks.