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German Chancellor Angela Merkel said it was important to work with Russia in the fight against Islamist terrorism.
China should be more worried than the U.S. is about the latest developments around North Korea, analysts say.
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has said Europe should resist U.S. pressure to spend more spending on defense.
Israel’s Prime Minister Netanyahu was set to visit Singapore this weekend, marking an Israeli head of state’s first official visit in 30 years.
The Pentagon's F-35 program head said the price on the fighter is "on track" to reach as low as $80 million in 2019.
The ship, the Viktor Leonov, is expected to sail down the East Coast. The White House has not commented on the presence of the ship.
Here are some of the key stories CNBC is following this hour:
Defense ministers from NATO are under pressure to raise contributions to the security group as conflicts grow across the world.
The half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has been killed in Malaysia, the Yonhap News Agency and other South Korean media outlets reported.
The U.S. aerospace and defense industry has set a new record for international sales in 2016, delivering $146 billion in exports.
North Korea's latest missile test proves it soon will have an intercontinental ballistic missile capable of reaching the US.
President Trump's National Security Advisor Michael Flynn has resigned.
Rodger Baker of Stratfor says President Trump is still formulating its policy on North Korea.
Andrew Feldman of Feldman Strategies says President Trump needs to stick to the pledges his made about North Korea during his election campaign.
Robert Kelly, associate professor at Pusan National University, weighs in on President Trump's response to North Korea's latest missile test.
Harry Kazianis of the Center for the National Interest says that North Korea's arsenal of instruments to do damage consists of more than just missiles.
Adam Mount, senior fellow at the Center for American Progress, says North Korea used the missile test to prove its capabilities.
Despite campaign vows to take a tougher line with North Korea, President Donald Trump's reaction to Pyongyang has been restrained.
North Korea said it had successfully test-fired a new type medium-to-long-range ballistic missile on Sunday.
Tomohiko Taniguchi, special guest professor at Keio University, says Japan lived through trade-related accusations in the '80s.
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