Two gunmen set off a car bomb before exchanging fire with security forces in the Somali capital.
The attack at a backpacker hostel in Queensland also wounded a 30-year-old man.
Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim said Ankara could not confirm who perpetrated the attack on a Kurdish wedding.
Pyongyang has warned against a U.S.-South Korea military drill.
Shots and two explosions were reported in St Petersburg Wednesday morning.
Tehran's forces killed three militants, confiscating a weapons cache and suicide belts.
No group has claimed responsibility for last week's blasts that killed four.
Thai police say that the explosions were acts of local sabotage and not "terrorist" attacks.
The deal was struck last year and parliament is set to ratify it.
The Pakistani Taliban vowed more attacks "until the imposition of an Islamic system in Pakistan."
The gear purportedly belonged to the U.S. military and included a rocket launcher, radio, ID and grenades.
The blast happened in Quetta as mourners of a prominent lawyer gathered in emergency department.
The Russian president is meeting his Iranian counterpart, Hassan Rouhani, next week.
A new German report proves that Iran is deliberately cheating on the nuclear deal signed a year ago. The Obama administration's response is to do nothing.
'Without our actions, he would have, he would have hurt more officers,' police chief David Brown says.
Last week's attack on Istanbul's main airport killed 45 people and wounded hundreds.
The militant group targeted a convoy of buses transporting police cadets.
Four suicide bombers detonated explosive devices near the border with Syria.
The intelligence ministry said it has made multiple arrests connected to a bomb threat.