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Ben Stokes fetched a staggering $2.17 million in the Indian Premier League's (IPL) player auction on Monday.
It is a long shot to break the impasse on Greek debt at the Brussels meeting, but an agreement to continue talking could be the best outcome.
German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble denied that he had said Greece would have to leave the euro zone.
It seems as if we have been here before: the euro zone fretting that a crisis with Greece will balloon out of all proportion.
Terrorism and Russia are the greatest threats facing society and a "collective defense" is the only way to uphold Western democratic values.
The secretary general of NATO is supporting demands from the U.S. for members to increase their defense contribution.
France's left-wing is gearing up for what promises to be a tough presidential campaign against far-right candidate Marine Le Pen.
Norway has called on political leaders to put greater emphasis on job creation in order to rebalance society and withstand extremism.
European countries should simply increase their defense spending and adhere to the NATO alliance as Trump has demanded; Finland's President told CNBC.
"We have at the moment in the eurozone of course a problem with the value of the euro," German Chancellor Angela Merkel said.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said it was important to work with Russia in the fight against Islamist terrorism.
Geert Wilders promised to crack down on "Moroccan scum" who he said were making the streets unsafe.
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has said Europe should resist U.S. pressure to spend more spending on defense.
London is to introduce a 'toxicity charge' for polluting cars from October.
The Netherlands may have found a way to improve safety without prying pedestrians away from their phones.
Russia remains a threatening adversary of the US, but the country's recent aggressive military actions aren't signs of an imminent conflict, US officials told NBC News.
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CNBC’s Tania Bryer speaks to leading figures from the fashion industry and asks them for their thoughts on life after the U.K.’s vote to leave the European Union.