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Amnesty says Russian air strikes in Syria may amount to war crimes after gathering reports on hundreds of civilians killed, the Financial Times reports.
Some of the Indonesian men arrested for planning a string of militant attacks had received funding from Syria.
Rescuers pulled one body on Tuesday after working in search of more than 80 people missing since a massive landslide in Shenzhen, China.
Hao Hong, MD of research and chief strategist at Bank of Communications International, says it will take exceptional news to move Chinese markets which are flat to down.
A landslide hit the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen in Guangdong province on Sunday, burying 22 buildings and leaving 27 people missing.
The United States has delivered a fresh supply of ammunition to Syrian Arab fighters ahead of an expected stiff battle with Islamic State.
Police uncovered weapons found in the vehicle used by the San Bernardino suspects to flee the scene. CNBC's Jinah Kim has more.
The couple who massacred 14 people in California were discussing jihad and martyrdom a year before they met in person, FBI said on Wednesday.
People are stockpiling firearms and ammunition on fears of tighter gun control laws after the San Bernardino mass shooting, says Brian Ruttenbur, MD and senior analyst at BB&T Capital Markets.
Security has been closely monitoring a Pakistan university attended by Tashfeen Malik on concerns militancy was taking hold there.
The current state of affairs in the euro area is such that the basic axiom of economic policy is unlikely to be met anytime soon.
Brian Levin, professor of criminal justice and criminologist at the California State University, explains what the U.S. President failed to address in his televised speech on Sunday.
Jack Rice, a criminal defense attorney and former CIA officer, says recent polls reveal that 60 percent of Americans think the war against Islamic State is going poorly.
Obama will most likely address security issues such as how people on the no-fly list can still acquire firearms, says Michael Tabman, president at SPIRIT Asset Protection.
Discussing Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel's handling of the police shooting video of Ronald Johnson, with Marc Morial, National Urban League CEO, and Joe Watkins, Republican Strategist.
Gil Alba, former NYPD detective, president of Alba Investigations, discusses the movements of the San Bernardino shooting culprits.