An investigation into the November 13 attacks in Paris widened on Tuesday when Belgium issued a warrant for a "dangerous" new suspect.» Read More
Andrew Peek, fellow in Middle Eastern affairs at American Foreign Policy Council, discusses whether there’s been a shift in strategic focus following the Paris attacks.
Fresh raids are taking place in Brussels in the wake of the Paris attacks. CNBC’s Julia Chatterley reports the latest from Belgium.
Belgium police have confirmed with CNBC that fresh raids related to the Paris attacks have been carried out in Brussels. CNBC’s Hadley Gamble reports the latest.
Why did the terror attacks in Paris happen and could it have been prevented? Liverpool John Moores University lecturer, Peter Williams, weighs in.
Emily Dyer, research fellow at Henry Jackson Society, says the West needs a “targeted approach” to ISIS, however, it’s unlikely the problem will be solved fully without putting “boots on the ground.”
Our live blog is tracking the latest developments in the hunt for the perpetrators of Friday's terror attacks in France.
SYDNEY/ TORONTO, Nov 19- A deadly mud slide at an iron ore mine in Brazil has reignited calls for safer ways to dispose of millions of tonnes of ore waste held back by man-made dams. The Nov. 5 disaster has been termed an "environmental catastrophe" by Brazil after sending waste across two states and liability could fall on Samarco's joint owners Vale and BHP Billiton.
The French government has confirmed that the police raid in Saint Denis, Paris is over and seven arrests have been made on Wednesday.
The world has been living under the “shadow of terrorism” for many years now, so markets realize that the economic impact is often “transitory” says Alvin Tan, FX strategist at Societe Generale.
England beat France 2-0 in an emotional friendly at Wembley on Tuesday when more than 70,000 fans paid tribute to the victims of the Paris attacks.
House Speaker Ryan plans to introduce a bill to pause the U.S. refugee program amid conflict over the fate of Syrian migrants.
Despite the latest string of terror attacks, international travel and tourism will not decline as much as one might expect.
Even before last week's Paris attacks, U.S. officials had opened up a new front in the war on ISIS: cutting off its cash flow.
Squawk Box Live watched as U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry arrived at the Elysee Palace in Paris to meet with French President Francois Hollande.
The economic cost of terrorism is a major issue with which policy makers and investors are grappling. The New York Times reports.
Offense might just be the best form of defense when it comes to tackling the so-called Islamic State, says U.K. Finance Minister George Osborne.
EasyJet experienced a "cooling off" in demand for travel to France after the Paris attacks on Friday, but expects normal services to resume quickly.
The Kremlin said for the first time on Tuesday that a bomb did bring down a Russian passenger plane that crashed over the Sinai Peninsula.
John Raines, U.S. political analyst at IHS Country Risk, says if there’s similar terror attack in the U.S., this could alter policies towards accepting Syrian refugees.
U.S. secretary of state, John Kerry says we will be stepping up our efforts to hit ISIS at its core.