TEL AVIV Israel and the United States signaled on Sunday they were starting to put disputes over the Iran nuclear deal behind them, announcing resumed talks on U.S. defense aid for Israel as it hosted Washington's top general and a joint air force drill.
The allies had been looking to agree on a 10-year military aid package to extend the current U.S. grants to Israel worth $3 billion annually, which are due to expire in 2017.
05:37 Rodrigo Duterte Says Donald Trump Endorses His Violent Antidrug Campaign6
13:25 US senate approves ten year extension of sanctions against Iran10
16:54 A Subdued Putin Calls for ‘Mutually Beneficial’ Relations With the U.S12
14:30 Chin up, Mitt Romney! You did better than Trump in 24 states14