The deal, reportedly worth $3.8 billion a year for 10 years, will stipulate that Israel spend more of its aid money with US defense contractors.
Assad expressed dismay that, "after five years, some people still haven't woken up from their fantasies," and vowed to retake "every area from the terrorists and to rebuild."
The "great wall of Calais," as critics are dubbing it, will be built on both sides of a road that leads to the English Channel, where refugees try to make it onto boats heading to the UK.
Since President Rodrigo Duterte's election, thousands have been killed, but nobody is quite sure what the accurate body count is.
While police haven't raised the possibility of foul play, some are speculating that the late singer had no idea that he was taking fentanyl, the powerful opiate responsible for a rash of deaths across North America.
Recent atrocities in the capital Juba are the product of a civil war between tribes, but there are natural resources behind decades of strife.
That means marijuana will remain illegal for any purpose under federal law, even though it's legal for medical and recreational use in several states, with more potentially on the way.
Thee rocket launchers are now close enough to hit targets on Chinese-controlled islands in the disputed area, according to the military officers and diplomats who spoke to Reuters.
After many years of troubled development, the most expensive warplane ever produced is ready for combat. Not everybody is convinced, but its pilots say it's great.
Saraqeb was first hit by chemical attacks in 2013, with strong evidence suggesting it came from government helicopters
The five-year-old boy also suffered a gunshot wound, but it's unclear whether the woman or an officer shot the child
Residents of the Muskoday First Nation have to rely on tanker trucks of water after an oil spill leaked into their drinking water.
Jabhat al-Nusra, one of Syria's strongest rebel forces, is officially breaking ties with the international terrorist organization and forming a new group to better fend off the Assad regime.
At least three stores in Canada sold the "You & Me Kissing Baby Doll" at different price points. Toys R Us has come under fire in the past for pricing disparities between dolls of different races in the UK, and on its American online store.
The calls to close a legal loophole have intensified in recent days after Qandeel Baloch, the “Kim Kardashian of Pakistan,” was murdered by her brother in what is being deemed an honor killing.
Critics are concerned that the move means the fight against climate change will become less of a priority than in the past.
A senior security official in Italy says that taxing and regulating marijuana could be a sure-fire way to cut revenue to the mob, and the Libyan offshoot of the Islamic State.
Decades after taking Indigenous children from their home, against their will, Canada's national police force is admitting that racism is still a problem — but that they want to fix it.
The number of officers shot and killed on duty has been on a steady decline since the 1970s, making this the safest decade in American history to be a police officer.