The attack on a restaurant also killed an unidentified Iraqi citizen, according to Iraq’s Foreign Ministry.
The administration continues to wrestle with sanctions mandated under U.S. law because of Ankara’s deal to buy a Russian antimissile system.
The acquisition of the antiaircraft missiles is expected to trigger U.S. sanctions over military purchases from Russia.
Reporters Without Borders said it met with senior Saudi officials but couldn’t secure the release of dozens of imprisoned journalists.
But the tough warnings contrast with President Trump’s apparent bonds with Turkey’s leader.
The warning threatened to further inflame a precarious and violent civil conflict in Libya that has killed hundreds in the last few months.
A police officer was killed and several others were injured in the blasts, officials said. Separately, President Beji Caid Essebsi, 92, was hospitalized with a “severe health crisis.”
The militant group’s Yemen branch rose to prominence at the beginning of the country’s civil war and is considered one of the Islamic State’s smaller franchises.
But pro-government and opposition Turks say democracy won.
American evangelical pastor Andrew Brunson's detention has become a flash point in the rapidly worsening relationship between the United States and Turkey.