FRANKFURT, July 4- German gun maker Heckler& Koch is going to court to rescue the reputation of its G36 gun, its signature product whose quality has been questioned by the German government. Germany is still reluctant to send its troops to crisis zones, 70 years after the end of World War Two. Germany has recently reversed course on arms exports following a storm of...» Read More
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera, provides perspective on the administration's efforts to protect the city of Erbil and its impact on global markets.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on the latest developments surrounding the crisis in Iraq. The U.S. is to provide emergency assistance to Iraqi civilians, reports Javers.
Jeff Mankoff, Fellow and Deputy Director at the Center for Strategic and International Studies' Russia and Eurasia Program, discusses the consequences if Russia launches an invasion of Ukraine.
Despite simmering tensions between China and Southeast Asia, trade between them has surged in recent years and the ties will only deepen, HSBC said.
The Netherlands' prime minister has called a halt to the search for remains of victims of the Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 disaster in Ukraine.
August is the month when, many Russians believe, things often go wrong for the country, could this August be about to repeat the pattern?
A Gaza ceasefire hes held and U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry linked a lifting of blockades of the devastated enclave to Hamas giving up its rocket arsenal.
Adrian Di Pasquale, Political Analyst at Internuntia Group, says Ukrainian forces are steadily regaining control and that's making Russia nervous.
Christian Whiton, Principal at DC International Advisory, says the military buildup near Ukraine is just a "distraction" and insist that further Russian aggression is unlikely.
NBC's Jim Maceda reports on the efforts to end the fighting in Gaza and set the stage for talks in Egypt to reach a broader deal on a sustainable truce.
Nicholas Casey, reporter at the Wall Street Journal, says the truce between Gaza and Israel - which started this morning - seems to be holding up for now as pressure is mounting on both sides.
Israel and Hamas-led Palestinian guerrillas entered a 72-hour truce on Tuesday mediated by Egypt.
Russia has roughly doubled the number of its battalions near the Ukrainian border and could respond by launching a cross-border incursion.
NBC's Jim Maceda reports the latest events from the conflict in Gaza, including an attack by a bulldozer on an Israeli bus.
David Phillips, Columbia University, discusses the heightening conflict between Israel and Gaza, and explains the root cause of the trouble in Ukraine. The whole crisis in Ukraine was planned and fermented by Russia, says Phillips.
The odds are high that the humanitarian ceasefire in Gaza will once again fall apart, says Thane Rosenbaum, Senior Fellow, New York University School of Law.
Peter Berkowitz, Senior Fellow at Hoover Institution, Stanford University, explains why Hamas should bear the responsibility for the destruction in Gaza.
Islamic State fighters seized control of Iraq's biggest dam, an oilfield and three more towns on Sunday.
An Israeli air strike killed at least 10 people and wounded about 30 others on Sunday in a U.N.-run school in the southern Gaza Strip, witnesses said.
The missing Israeli officer thought to have been abducted by Hamas was killed in action, Israel said Saturday.