The group said two of its fighters carried out the attacks, which killed seven people.
The attacks in the Iranian capital left at least seven dead, according to local reports.
"it just doesn't feel real." Hundreds gathered for a vigil to remember the 22 victims of Monday's attack.
Australian Prime Minister Turnbull announced Ankara's agreement to send Neil Prakash home.
"End of security checks. Gradual return to normal," Paris police said in a tweet.
Satellite imagery shows new activity at North Korea's main nuclear weapons site as Pyongyang warns the "dark clouds of a nuclear war hang heavily."
Wilhelm II's pettiness, lack of prudence and obsession with honor led Germany to war and ruin.
Former president Hamid Karzai condemned the use of the weapon on Afghan soil, calling it "the inhuman and most brutal misuse of our country" as a testing ground for new weapons.
The U.S. military killed 18 fighters of the allied Syrian Democratic Forces in a friendly fire incident in northern Syria.
Juan Thompson, a former journalist arrested for allegedly making bomb threats against a number of Jewish schools and community centers, pleaded "not guilty" in New York.
The device was found near a multi-ethnic neighborhood that is home to bars and restaurants.
Russia's ruthless counterterrorism approach has not stopped terrorism.
Three men have reportedly been detained, while the nine-storey building has been evacuated.
Monday's bombing in St. Petersburg followed a long history of militant attacks on Russia under President Vladimir Putin.
According to state news reports, President Vladimir Putin said investigators are considering various causes, including terrorism.
All 10 airports targeted by the laptop ban are located in Muslim-majority countries.