Protests in Turkey against lifting of lawmakers' immunity

ISTANBUL (AP) — Thousands of people participated in rallies organized by a pro-Kurdish, opposition party on Sunday to protest against the abolition of immunity of some Turkish members of parliament.

  • Written by DOMINIQUE SOGUEL, Associated Press

Bottled water selling quickly after Alabama water warning

COURTLAND, Ala. (AP) — Lisa Davis, a cashier at a Foodvalu grocery store in rural north Alabama, spent Friday ringing up bottled water sales after a local utility declared its tap water unfit to drink because of chemical contamination.

  • Written by PHILLIP LUCAS, Associated Press

Fort Hood deaths in flooding raises questions about training

FORT HOOD, Texas (AP) — Nine Fort Hood soldiers who died when a rain-swollen creek swept their vehicle into rushing waters were in the right place for their intended training, according to the U.S. Army.

  • Written by EMILY SCHMALL, Associated Press JIM VERTUNO, Associated Press

Seine River peaks in Paris, museums to be shut for days

PARIS (AP) — The Seine River peaked early Saturday around Paris, hitting its highest level in nearly 35 years — almost 4.5 meters (15 feet) above average — and authorities warned it could take up to ten days for the river to return to normal.

  • Written by SYLVIE CORBET, Associated Press