One person has been injured as the Turkish Justice Ministry and the ruling AK Party's headquarters were both attacked Tuesday.
The AK Party building was hit by a rocket-propelled grenade on its seventh floor, while two hand grenades were thrown at the ministry's parking lot, according to local media.
The bombings follow a crackdown on the banned Revolutionary People's Liberation Party-Front in Turkey. The radical left-wing organization, which calls itself Marxist-Leninist, holds Turkey's government to be a tool of US and NATO expansion.
In recent years Turkey has also seen terror attacks by Islamic militants as well as and insurgency fighting to autonomy for the country's Kurdish population.