In the past, Turkey has argued it would be easier to give the money directly to the government - something the EU rejects. The EU instead channels money through humanitarian organizations.
52 people were arrested in "price protests" across the country on Friday.
Among those arrested is a man once convicted of running a jihadist recruitment network in France.
US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis says US is shifting to stabilizing eastern Syria, which will mean more diplomats and contractors.
More than two-dozen airstrikes in the last week of December.
In social media footage, which could not be authenticated, riot police were seen using water cannon and tear gas to disperse crowds.
How Saudi Arabia’s crown prince became a target of stories involving corruption.
This is the first time the US defense secretary has said that there would be an increase of diplomats in the parts of the country retaken from Islamic State militants.
UN resident coordinator Jamie McGoldrick said on Thursday the 56 were among 109 civilians killed in Saudi-led strikes in the previous 10 days.
Islamist militants have claimed several attacks on Egypt's large Christian minority in recent years.
Videos posted on social media showed demonstrators chanting "Death to Rouhani" and "Death to the dictator".
The “ultimate deal” between Israel and the Palestinians will never come to fruition unless the US first makes peace between the six Persian Gulf states.
Secret White House meeting leads to establishment of special US-Israeli work-group meant to prevent Iran from increasing in strength.
Lebanese Minister of Foreign Affairs Gebran Bassil says during a television interview Israel "has a right to exist in safety", causing controversy.
“They seem to be moving with impunity through regime-held territory, showing that the regime is clearly either unwilling or unable to defeat Daesh within their borders."
Syria's army and its allies have increasingly pushed for such evacuation deals for rebel enclaves near big cities or in other strategic locations after long periods of siege and bombardment.
The Iranian Parliament bill is part of a double-urgency plan dealing with Jerusalem.
"Reagan is gone and, according to out beliefs, he now faces God's retribution ... while Iran has made great advances in all areas since Reagan's time," Khamenei added.
Fatah Central Committee member Abbas Zaki said that “Trump’s decision regarding Jerusalem killed any possibility of celebrating this year.”
Muhammad Ahmad Jumaa wrote in a Facebook post that he was selling the cubs for $5,000 each, and that the profits would go towards taking care of the pride of lions in the zoo.