The United States and allies have targeted Islamic State militants with 22 air strikes in Iraq on Friday and nine in Syria, the Command Joint Task Force said.
Seven of the strikes were near the Iraqi city of Fallujah and hit bridges, a bomb-making facilities and other strategic targets.
Others hit targets near the cities of Al Huwayjah, Bayji, Habbaniyah, Makmur, Mosul, Ramadi, Sinjar and Tel Afar and hit tactical units, weapons and other assets.
In Syria, IS fighting positions, tactical units and equipment were targeted by air strikes near Al Hasakah, Ar Raqqah, Dayr Az and Kobani, a statement from The Command Joint Task Force said.
Turkish fighter jets launched attacks on camps of the militant Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) in northern Iraq overnight, the prime minister's office has said in a statement.
Ground attacks were also simultaneously launched against the PKK and Islamic State in northern Syria, it said.
It is the first time Turkey has struck Kurds in northern Iraq since a peace deal was announced in 2013 between Ankara and the rebel group, the Kurdistan Workers' Party, or PKK.
Tensions have flared with Kurds in recent days after an IS suicide bombing in the south-eastern Turkish city of Suruc on Monday killed 32 people.
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Three Spanish journalists have been kidnapped in Syria, the Spanish Press Association FAPE reported.
It is thought the freelance reporters were captured in the Syrian city of Aleppo where they had spent several days.
They are believed to be Angel Sastre, Antonio and Jose Manuel Lopez Pampliega, according to Spanish newspaper El Pais.
The paper reported the last time the three were heard from was on June 10.
The Spanish Foreign Ministry said it was aware of the situation and was "working on it".
A suspected suicide bomber who killed at least 32 people in the Turkish town of Suruc is believed to have "clear" links to Islamic State, the country's Prime Minister has said.
Ahmet Davutoglu said checks were being done for any domestic or international terror links after the suspect had been identified.
The blast tore through a group of university-aged activist group as they gathered in the town, which stands on the border of Syria.
The activists had been planning a trip to help rebuild nearby Kobani, which was devastated during fighting with Islamic State over the last year.
A missile attack on a rebel-held area of the Syrian city of Aleppo has killed at least ten people, and wounded up to 50 people.
Women and children were among those killed in the attack on the Maghayer neighbourhood of the city.
The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said surface-to-surface missile also destroyed several houses in the area.
The self-proclaimed Islamic State is believed to be behind a suicide bombing in southern Turkey which has left around 30 people dead.
The victims, mostly students, had gathered just six miles from the border with Syria to announce a plan to help rebuild the city of Kobani.
Video footage has now emerged which appears to show the moment the bomber struck, and the devastating aftermath, where newspapers were placed to protect the bodies of those killed.
ITV News Middle East correspondent Geraint Vincent reports:
Defence Secretary Michael Fallon has denied misleading the public after it emerged that British pilots had been involved in airstrikes against Islamic State in Syria.
Concerns were raised after a Freedom of Information request revealed the involvement of British personnel in the US-led strikes, despite parliament voting against action in Syria in 2013.
Speaking in parliament today, Fallon said five British pilots had been embedded with the coalition in the past year.
After shadow defence secretary Vernon Coaker accused the government of undermining public confidence by not revealing the move sooner, Fallon responded that the practice of "embedding" was "nothing new" and had been "going on for the last 40 or 50 years".
The defence secretary added that ministerial approval had been given for the embedding, adding that a further 75 personnel had been embedded with US, Canadian and French forces "in a range of operations" against IS in Syria.
Fallon also told MPs British planes and crews were flying intelligence-gathering missions over Syria on behalf of the coalition.
The White House has condemned what it called a "heinous terror attack" in Turkey which left 30 people dead.
The victims, mostly young students, had gathered in the mostly-Kurdish town of Suruc to announce plans to help rebuild the city of Kobani, Syria.
We express our solidarity with the Turkish government and the Turkish people and reaffirm our undeterred resolve to the fight against the shared threat of terrorism.
Turkey has drawn up urgent measures to increase security along its fraught border with Syria, Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu has announced.
It comes after a suspected Islamic State suicide bomber killed 30 people - many of them student activists - in the border town of Suruc.
We have convened with security officials and planned the steps that we will be taking.
Measures on our border with Syria will continue, and will be increased.