Turkey's air force hit Kurdish rebel targets in northern Iraq on Monday, hours after a suicide car bombing in the capital killed 37 people and heightened tensions with the militants.
"The location is well-known for back country skiing and normally is not known as particularly dangerous."
Rebel groups in Syria say they are rejecting peace talks in Geneva later this month unless humanitarian conditions mentioned in a U.N. resolution are fulfilled.
French authorities say an avalanche in the Alps has killed two French high school students and an Ukrainian skier in the Deux Alps ski resort.
Turkey's prime minister says authorities have detained four more suspects as part of the investigation into the suicide bombing in Istanbul that killed 10 Germans.
Secretary of State John Kerry says that Iran will likely be in compliance with a landmark nuclear deal within days, and other officials say it could be as early as this weekend.
The friendly soccer game between Germany and the Netherlands was canceled at short notice after a suspicious object was found at the stadium on Tuesday.
President Francois Hollande says six French jet fighters targeted and destroyed an Islamic State training camp in eastern Syria.
U.S. administration officials say China will announce plans Friday to launch a national system to limit greenhouse gases and force industries to purchase pollution credits.
Lawmakers in Washington are getting ready for what could be the most consequential foreign policy vote of their careers - over the Iran nuclear deal.
A federal judge in Mexico has started proceedings against four officials accused of aiding the escape of drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman from a maximum security prison.
Migrants stranded for days in Hungary are boarding buses chartered by the government to take them to the border with Austria, which says it and Germany will grant them unhindered entry.
A bankruptcy judge says Patriot Coal can sell its remaining assets at auction.
Britain's National Crime Agency says its website has been targeted in an apparent cyberattack.
Pope Francis says he is letting all priests in the church's upcoming Year of Mercy absolve the "sin of abortion" if they seek forgiveness with a "contrite heart."
More signs of weakness in China's economy are sending global stock markets sharply lower.
Salem High School opened its doors to the community Monday to commemorate the life of an alumnus — Adam Ward, the 27-year-old cameraman for a Roanoke television station who was slain on live TV last week.
The fate of the historic Bavarian Brewery in Covington is now in the hands of a Kenton County judge.
Kentucky Auditor Adam Edelen says his office will review the University of Louisville Foundation following complaints about huge deferred compensation packages the foundation awarded top school officials.
A former Ashland mechanic supervisor has been charged in connection with $144,000 worth of tires that went missing from the city's garage.