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  • Europe's demographic problems

    Joan Hoey, European analyst at The Economist Intelligence Unit, explains the economic issues and benefits from allowing migrants into the EU.

  • BRATISLAVA, March 6- Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico won Saturday's parliamentary election, nearly complete results showed, but gains by opposition parties including far-right extremists will complicate formation of a new government. Fico, a leftist whose anti-immigration views are in line with neighbors Poland and Hungary, took 28.7 percent of the vote,...

  • BRATISLAVA, March 6- Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico was poised to win Saturday's parliamentary election, partial results showed, but gains by opposition parties including far-right extremists will complicate formation of a new government. With euro zone member Slovakia due to take over the European Union's rotating presidency from July, giving it a...

  • BRATISLAVA, March 5- Slovaks are likely to hand a third term at the polls on Saturday to Prime Minister Robert Fico, a left-wing nationalist whose anti-immigration views chime with neighbours Poland and Hungary. With Slovakia due to take over the European Union's rotating presidency from July, giving it a bigger role in EU policy discussions over the bloc's...

  • BRATISLAVA, March 5- Slovaks started voting on Saturday, likely to hand a third term to Prime Minister Robert Fico, a left-wing nationalist whose vocal anti-immigration stance chimes with those of Hungary's Viktor Orban and Poland's Jaroslaw Kaczynski. With Slovakia due to take over the European Union's rotating presidency for six months from July, giving it...

  • Refugee crisis: Merkel opened “Pandora’s Box”

    The Germans haven’t come up with a solution to solve the refugee crisis and Greece is bearing the brunt of it, says William (Bill) Rhodes, Citigroup former senior vice chairman.

  • Yanis Varoufakis talks to CNBC in Abu Dhabi

    The refugee crisis is a "manifestation of the disintegration of the European Union," Greece's controversial former finance minister told CNBC on Thursday.

  • Varoufakis speaks on the migrant crisis

    Former Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis says the way the migrant crisis has been dealt with by the EU is 'unacceptable'.

  • Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump waves to the crowd after a rally March 1, 2016 in Louisville, Kentucky.

    There is just one reason why Trump can't be president, says Julissa Arce. He's not qualified. Here's why.

  • NEW YORK, March 1- Add the juggernaut that is Donald J. Trump to the list of what-ifs that is worrying Wall Street. A growing realization that the unpredictable New York real estate developer is in a position to win the Republican nomination and then battle Hillary Clinton for the White House in November's election has caused some investors to sell U.S. stocks.

  • Herjavec: No such thing as encryption that can't be broken

    Discussing investing in new technology in the age of the privacy versus security battle and what small businesses could expect depending on who wins the election with Robert Herjavec, Shark Tank Host and CEO of The Herjavec Group.

  • A refugee stand on the Greece-Macedonia border on February 29, 2016 in Idomeni, Greece.

    Thousands of increasingly desperate people were backed up at the frontier between Greece and Macedonia on Monday, the New York Times reports.

  • *Germany attracted 1.1 million asylum seekers last year. Merkel said there was no' Plan B' for her aim of reducing the flow of migrants through cooperation with Turkey, efforts she said could unravel were Germany to cap the number of refugees it accepts. There are many conflicting interests in Europe, "Merkel told state broadcaster ARD.

  • Julissa Arce

    Julissa Arce revealed that she rose to the top of Wall Street while an undocumented immigrant. A year later, she can't believe the hateful rhetoric.

  • The deep economic dislocation felt by many in Mississippi, reflected in Reuters interviews with dozens of voters, explains how Trump is attracting broad-based support in southern states, including from many evangelical Christian voters prepared to overlook his past liberal positions on touchstone social issues. "If we don't have a country, it's not going to...

  • LAS VEGAS/ COLUMBIA, S.C., Feb 21- Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump rolled to victory on Saturday in South Carolina in a contest that saw former Florida Governor Jeb Bush drop out, while Democratic hopeful Hillary Clinton beat back a strong challenge from Bernie Sanders in Nevada. "The people of Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina have spoken, and I...

  • LAS VEGAS/ COLUMBIA, S.C., Feb 20- Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump rolled to victory on Saturday in South Carolina in a contest that saw former Florida Governor Jeb Bush drop out, while Democratic hopeful Hillary Clinton beat back a strong challenge from Bernie Sanders in Nevada. "The people of Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina have spoken, and I...

  • Holy war buzz: Trump v. Pope

    CNBC's John Harwood reports on the war of words between presidential candidate Donald Trump and Pope Frances. Also the pressure is on in the Nevada caucus between rivals Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders.

  • Holy war of words

    Chad Pecknold, Catholic University of America, discusses comments made by Pope Francis on Donald Trump's stance on immigration and Trump's response.

  • Questions remain over EU negotiations

    CNBC's Julia Chatterley reports on the leaked draft of the deal between the U.K. and the EU over membership as negotiations continue.