One activist associated with a law firm that specialized in human rights cases got a suspended jail sentence, and a prominent lawyer from the company was released on bail.
The International Organization for Migration says deaths already total over 4,000 this year — 26 percent higher than in 2015 and increasingly concentrated in the Mediterranean.
The militants said in a statement that "dozens" were killed in the blast targeting foreigners, but the claim is still unconfirmed.
The radical Islamist group says it carried out an assault on the headquarters of Somalia's Criminal Investigation Department in Mogadishu.
The attack came as the prime minister's office finally forbade Iraqi security forces from using fraudulent devices that had been marketed as bomb detectors and were employed extensively at checkpoints around the country.
The rally came as rights group Amnesty International said it had received credible evidence of detainees being subjected to beatings and torture, including rape, since the coup attempt.
The four women, aged 18 to 30, are suspected of plotting a separate attack. Investigators say they found large quantities of grenade-making materials, crude bombs and jihadi books in a house being rented by the women.
The Islamic State has ignored an offer for its fighters to withdraw safely from the Syrian city of Manbij, and clashes with US-backed forces continued after the offer expired.
The decree comes after Erdogan declared a state of emergency on Wednesday, saying it would enable authorities to swiftly and effectively root out supporters of the July 15 coup attempt.
The German-Iranian 18-year-old opened fire at a mall on Friday, and police say the attack has no connection to the Islamic State group.
New research reveals that the number of great white sharks off the coast of South Africa is declining rapidly, with the current population potentially too low to revive.
German police say they found a hand-painted Islamic State flag in the Afghan refugee's room, but authorities have not found any evidence indicating he was a member of an Islamist network.
The reason for the crash of the Airbus A320, which killed 66 people, remains a mystery, investigators said on Saturday.
Authorities seized newspapers and shut down cable tv after the worst outbreak in violence the region has seen in six years
The alleged militant was arrested this week and taken to a police station near the Kenyan border with Uganda, where he grabbed a gun from a guard and opened fire.
After a formal power changing process with Queen Elizabeth at Buckingham Palace on Wednesday, the Conservative politician will become Britain's new head of government.
Three operations were carried out off the coast of Libya on Tuesday retrieving around 500 survivors, most of which were rescued from an overcrowded wooden boat.
A court at The Hague rules China has no historic jurisdiction over the disputed waters that are home to major shipping routes, natural resources, and vital fishing grounds.
The latest force increase came less than three months after Washington announced it would dispatch about 200 more soldiers to accompany Iraqi troops advancing toward Mosul.
Clashes between the forces of Sudan's president and the former rebel leader who became vice president under a deal that ended a two-year civil war have killed hundreds of people since they broke out in the capital Juba four days ago.