A suicide bomb attack on a military bus in the central city of Kayseri last month killed 14 soldiers.
Authorities are probing whether explosives were hidden in a bag placed inside the official's office.
The Turkish military said its jets conducted 26 raids Wednesday night.
The incident comes just days after authorities banned all public gatherings in the Turkish capital.
It remains unclear whether a suicide bomb or a planted device caused the blast.
Jean-Yves Le Drian's comments come after the French air force conducted airstrikes against the group.
The international community needs to provide double what it has pledged for the Mosul fallout, humanitarians warn.
The bombing shows the continued threat that the Islamist group poses to the Iraqi capital.
Monitoring group says at least 35 villagers were killed on the fifth day of a cross-border offensive.
Authorities blamed the blast on Kurdish militants.
The withdrawal is in preparation for the "eventual liberation" of Raqqa.
The YPG is attempting to capture the last government areas in the northeastern city.
The U.S.-led coalition conducted shelling and air strikes against ISIS to aid the Peshmerga advance.
At least 338 civilians have died in Turkey over the past year due to blocks in accessing health care, according to Turkish human rights organization.
Erdogan accused Moscow of transferring weaponry to the PKK via Iraq and Syria.
The serviceman was the third American to be killed in direct combat since 2014.
Turkey's leader said his government has "nothing to discuss with terrorists."
The president's proposal comes after the third Ankara bomb blast in just six months.
Air strikes come after Kurdish Militants blamed for killing 37 people in Ankara car bombing.
The world is ignoring the Kurdish plight in southeastern Turkey, writes HDP leader Selahattin Demirtas.
The Justice and Development party's deputy chairman says Russia is also complicit.