The target of the attack was a bus filled with riot police and that Turkey's Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu claimed that the 20 wounded were all police officers.
Gunmen shot into a crowd and threw hand grenades, in the country's northeastern Assam state. The government blamed separatists.
Ethiopian media is reporting the military has located the scores of children abducted by South Sudanese gunmen during a cross-border cattle raid last week, and is in the process of rescuing them.
The attack took place on Friday with authorities saying gunmen from South Sudan attacked the area leaving more than 200 dead in the Horn of Africa nation's Gambela region.
Two weeks after a disputed election, police clashed with unidentified gunmen and youth opposition members set two state buildings on fire in Brazzaville.
A photo montage featuring nine of the 10 Paris attackers identifies two of the men as Iraqi militants. It is speculated that the pair could be the two as yet unidentified suicide bombers who detonated explosive vests outside the Stade de France stadium.
The men were hung on Wednesday, just days before the anniversary of the school attack that killed 141 people, including 134 children.
Malian commandos have carried out an operation to free more than 100 hostages trapped in a luxury hotel in the capital Bamako, but more than 20 have died.
Four people, including two Canadian tourists, a Norwegian resort manager, and a Filipino woman, were targeted and kidnapped at gunpoint late on Monday, and the Philippines military has now set up a naval blockade.
Eight months after a horrific Taliban attack on a school in Peshawar shocked the world, six militants have been sentenced to death for their involvement, with another given a life sentence.