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The EU may have to compromise on privacy protections in order to defeat terrorism, former CIA director Michael Hayden says.
France's interior minister said a Frenchman has been arrested in the "advanced stages" of a plot to attack that country.
Belgian authorities post a fresh appeal for information about the mysterious "man in white" pictured in airport surveillance footage.
The ECB is on the right track, and its policies are fully supported by an overwhelming majority of member countries.
Three new terror suspects were charged in Brussels, prosecutors said, amid widening fears about new attacks.
Victims of online fraud who have failed to protect themselves should not be compensated by banks, U.K.’s most senior police officer has said.
Leading tennis player, Novak Djokovic has come out saying he’s for equality in the sport, after a fierce debate over equal pay was sparked this week.
Radovan Karadzic sentenced to 40 years in jail by U.N. judges for the 1995 Srebrenica massacre and of nine other war crimes charges.
Conditions for refugees stranded in Greece are worsening as tensions rise. Security concerns have caused some NGOs to temporarily withdraw.
European intelligence and law enforcement agencies are too fragmented to tackle terrorist threats, former U.S. Navy officer Malcolm Nance says.
The Easter Bunny tends to put a bounce in chocolate sales, but the industry is under threat from changing consumption patterns and difficulties with cocoa farming.
Scotland will today stop generating electricity from coal for the first time in more than 100 years.
Activist hacker group Anonymous is calling for people to stand up against discrimination as part of its fight against Islamic State after Brussels.
The man tasked with bringing in the money for Manchester United remains very confident about the prospects of the soccer club over the long term.
France's agriculture ministry confirmed a case of bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), also known as mad cow disease.
The effectiveness of Belgium's counter-terrorism intelligence was thrown further into doubt Thursday.
Business magnate and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has told British TV viewers that he thinks the U.K. will vote to leave the EU.
The IS has issued an updated communique taking credit for the Brussels attacks and threatening other countries taking part in the anti-IS coalition.
A permanent “moon village” might allow tourists to holiday on the moon, as well as provide opportunities for science, business and mining, the European Space Agency has said.
Bank of Montreal will roll out what it claims is the first credit card program that will allow users to complete payments with a "selfie".
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CNBC's Arjun Kharpal discusses Amazon's sales rise and Twitter's stock tumble after it reported a user count unchanged from the previous quarter.
Filippo Alloatti, senior credit analyst at Hermes Investment Management, discusses the second quarter earnings of two Swiss banking giants.
Banco Sabadell CFO Tomas Varela told CNBC that he welcomed the bank’s earnings result, but raised concerns over political uncertainties such as Brexit.