"We are proud of you," said President Bashar al-Assad, who flashed smiles and stopped for chats with soldiers in eastern Ghouta.
Alexander Nix may have misled a U.K. probe when he said his company had "never worked for Russia" or used data harvested from millions of Facebook users.
U.N. expert Hugh Griffiths says North Korea has borrowed tactics used during 18th century piracy to evade sanctions and earn millions.
Russia said it would also withdraw permission for Britain to open a general consulate in St Petersburg and would close the British Council in Russia.
Nikolay Glushkov, a friend of a Vladimir Putin critic who was found dead with a rope around his neck, was strangled, police said.
The bomb partially exploded on a London Underground train at Parsons Green station on Sept. 15, leaving 23 people with burn injuries.
Horst Seehofer set out a range of hard-line immigration stances in a newspaper interview, setting him on a collision course with Chancellor Angela Merkel.
A total of 172 gold bars weighing 3.4 tons were later recovered from around an airport in Yakutsk in eastern Siberia.
Trump's 14-month presidency has had more than two dozen high-profile departures from some of the most senior administration positions.
Saudi Arabia will develop a nuclear bomb if its rival Iran does so, Prince Mohammed bin Salman said in a preview of a television interview released Thursday.
Saudi Prince Mohammed bin Salman kept his mother apart from his father, the king, as he amassed power, more than a dozen former and current U.S. officials said.
On Monday, British Prime Minister Theresa May pointed the finger at Russian President Vladimir Putin.
An open-air market has become an unlikely battleground in a wider struggle that could potentially bring down Benjamin Netanyahu's government in Israel.
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