The bombing shows the continued threat that the Islamist group poses to the Iraqi capital.
Authorities blamed the blast on Kurdish militants.
The withdrawal is in preparation for the "eventual liberation" of Raqqa.
As it recovers from an attempted coup, Turkey has an opportunity to move in a new direction.
The U.S.-led coalition conducted shelling and air strikes against ISIS to aid the Peshmerga advance.
Father of Kanter apologizes to President Erdogan "for the shame of having such a child."
The deal was struck last year and parliament is set to ratify it.
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.
The Turkish president said ISIS is "in joint action" with other militants.
Turkish president said that EU has paid only two million of the promised three billion euros ($3.3 billion).
Turkey's prime minister also announced that the country would suspend the European Convention on Human Rights.
Ankara was not pleased that Kurdish images were displayed in Brussels.
Erdogan accused Moscow of transferring weaponry to the PKK via Iraq and Syria.
John Kerry fears that Syrian Kurds might present evidence about Turkish complicity in terrorism, and how American-provided weaponry are going astray.
Ankara meanwhile says it won't negotiate with the party.
Turkey's leader said his government has "nothing to discuss with terrorists."