Top Stories: Syria Claims U.S. Targeted Its Troops; Opposition Wins In Venezuela : The Two-Way Also: Talks on a world climate treaty continue in Paris; France's far right party captures the first round of regional elections; and Austrian police found $100,000 floating in the Danube River.
NPR logo Top Stories: Syria Claims U.S. Targeted Its Troops; Opposition Wins In Venezuela

Top Stories: Syria Claims U.S. Targeted Its Troops; Opposition Wins In Venezuela

Good morning, here are our early stories:

-- Syria Says U.S.-Led Coalition Has Targeted Its Military, Killing 3 Soldiers.

-- Opposition Party Wins Big In Venezuela, Ousting Maduro's Socialists.

And here are more early headlines:

France's Far Right Party Captures Seats In First Election Round. (Guardian)

Officials To Try To Finalize World Climate Treaty In Paris. (BBC)

More Rain For Northern Britain, Already Struggling With Flooding. (Telegraph)

21 Syrian Refugees Set To Arrive In Texas This Week. (AP)

Israeli Leader Angered Over Kerry's Remarks On Israeli-Palestinian Ties. (The Hill)

Report: Food Deserts Persist, Despite Grocery Chains' Promises. (AP)

Austrian Police Find More Than $100,000 Floating In Danube River. (Reuters)