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  • European response needed to Islamic State: Pro

    Robin Simcox, research fellow at the Henry Jackson Society, says a "broad" European strategy is needed to defeat Islamic State in Iraq.

  • Europe a risk for investors?

    Discussing economic concerns in Europe, and where investors should maintain their focus, with Robert Pavlik, Banyan Partners, and Sam Wardwell, Pioneer Investments.

  • ISIS threat: What we know

    UK Prime Minister David Cameron addressed the now "severe" terror threat from ISIS, with CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera; and John Harwood provides insight to remarks from President Obama.

  • UK facing bigger threat than US: Chertoff

    Former Secretary of U.S. Department of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff, explains why specific issues in the United Kingdom make them more of a target from ISIS than the United States.

  • How big a threat is ISIS to US

    Retired U.S. Army Gen. Barry McCaffrey, says he is proud of how the Brits are stepping up to ISIS. He also shares his opinions on what the U.S. should to do to deal with ISIS.

  • UK raises terror threat

    UK Prime Minister David Cameron addressed the terror threat from ISIS Friday morning, and President Obama is taking heat for his comment regarding no strategy yet in response to dealing with ISIS. CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports.

  • UK PM Cameron: Need firm security response against terrorists

    Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron says all resources must be used against terrorists, saying Britain will take whatever action is necessary to keep its people safe.

  • British Prime Minister David Cameron delivers his keynote speech at Manchester Central on October 2, 2013 in Manchester, England.

    Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron addresses the terrorism threat level raised from "substantial" to "severe."

  • President Barack Obama delivers a statement on Ukraine at the White House in Washington, on March 17, 2014.

    The U.S. will join the European Union this week in slapping new economic sanctions on Russia for its continued support of separatists in Ukraine.

  • U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron called for Europe to ratchet up sanctions against Russia.

  • UK needs to wake up, smell coffee on EU: Finnish PM

    Finnish Prime Minister Alexander Stubb says the U.K. needs to "wake up and smell the coffee" on the benefits the EU brings Britain.

  • UK PM Cameron: I will fight Juncker presidential bid

    U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron said he would fight Jean-Claude Juncker's European Commission presidential bid "every step of the way".

  • China's Premier Li Keqiang.

    Chinese Premier Li Keqiang will arrive in London on Monday evening for talks on billion-dollar trade deals.

  • President Obama: Putin should seize this moment

    President Obama addresses the chance Russian President Vladimir Putin has to negotiate directly with President-Elect of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko. President Obama says "there will be consequences" if he fails to "seize this moment."

  • Pres. Obama: Progress on global climate agreement

    In a joint press conference with UK Prime Minister David Camera, President Obama addresses the G-7's plan to identify potential energy security disruptions, and the new global climate agreement.

  • President Obama: G-7 nations united in support for Ukraine

    In a joint press conference with British Prime Minister David Cameron, President Obama announces the G-7 nations stand united in support of Ukraine.

  • Angela Merkel has asked France whether it would be willing to put forward Christine Lagarde as president of the European Commission, two sources said.

  • Nigel Farage, leader of UKIP, speaks during a press conference in London after his party's first win in a national election.

    The leader of the UK Independence Party claims the UK cannot stop 'known criminal gangs' from countries like Romania entering the country.

  • Pfizer kicked off the most important week to date in its struggle to gain control of U.K. rival AstraZeneca.

  • A Starbucks coffee location in London.

    The shift by the world's largest coffee chain comes after its low tax contributions in Britain provoked widespread criticism.