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  • CNBC update: Iraq explosion, soccer attack

    A car bomb ripped through a commercial area in Baghdad; Kidnapped son of a former Pakistani minister has been handed over to Pakistan's Ambassador in Kabul; a Manchester United soccer team bus was attacked in London, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.

  • Pakistan, India have shared history: India FinMin

    India’s finance minister, Arun Jaitley, and Pakistan’s finance minister, Muhammad Ishaq Dar, talk to CNBC about their countries' relationship with one another, and what issues need fixing.

  • Pakistan's economy has shown resilience: Fin Min

    Mohammad Ishaq Dar, Pakistan's finance minister, discusses his country's economy and its relationship with other countries such as China.

  • *Pakistan wants targeting systems for JF-17 jets. PARIS, April 7- Pakistan wants to upgrade its ageing fleet of fighter jets in anticipation of a prolonged battle against Islamist militants, although the purchase of fifth-generation planes would only be a last resort, a senior air force official said. U.S. ally Pakistan, a nuclear-armed nation of 180 million...

  • Uber board member: Uber works everywhere

    David Plouffe, Chief Advisor & Member of Board of Directors for Uber, discusses the car hailing app's push into the Middle East as well as his outlook on the company's global growth.

  • Facing terror fears: Walter Isaacson

    Walter Isaacson, Aspen Institute CEO, shares his thoughts on the changing methods of fighting terrorism.

  • *Many Iranians abroad wary of returning to the Islamic Republic. LONDON, March 29- International firms are hunting for Western-educated Iranians to take on executive jobs in the Islamic Republic after the removal of most sanctions, but are finding it hard to win them over. Yet there's never been a queue of expats applying for jobs here, " Giuseppe Carella, the Iran...

  • *Many Iranians abroad wary of returning to the Islamic Republic. LONDON, March 29- International firms are hunting for Western-educated Iranians to take on executive jobs in the Islamic Republic after the removal of most sanctions, but are finding it hard to win them over. Yet there's never been a queue of expats applying for jobs here, " Giuseppe Carella, the Iran...

  • CNBC update: Syria retakes Palmyra

    Pakistan's Prime Minister is visiting the injured after a deadly bombing killing at least 70 people; four more wounded in the Brussels attacks have died; and aerial footage of the historic city of Palmyra in Syria, with CNBC's Sue Herera.

  • This is an attack on EU, not just Belgium: Swecker

    Discussing potential changes in privacy and security in Europe after the Brussels attacks, with Former FBI Assistant Director Chris Swecker.

  • Belgian officials revise Brussels death toll to 35

    NBC News' Ayman Mohyeldin reports from Brussels where security officials believe one person involved in the Brussels attack last week remains at large.

  • Pakistan suicide bombing targets Christians

    NBC News' Rehema Ellis reports the latest details on the deadly bombing that left at least 72 dead and hundreds injured in Pakistan as authorities search for suspects.

  • Suicide bomber kills 72 people in Pakistan

    A breakaway faction of the Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack, reports "Squawk Box's" Becky Quick.

  • Facebook's 'Safety Check' feature glitch

    Users on the other side of the world received notifications asking if they were safe following the Pakistan bombing.

  • Pakistani authorities search for militants behind bombing

    Suicide bombers intentionally targeted Christians in a Lahore park on Easter Sunday.

  • FDD's John Hannah says Jamaat-ul-Ahrar, which claimed responsibility for the Lahore attacks, shares a common ideology with other radical Islamic groups.

  • ISLAMABAD, March 3- U.S.-based ride-hailing service Uber Technologies Inc launched in Pakistan on Thursday, venturing into a country where credit cards are rare and security is a concern. Uber's launch comes shortly after rival service Easy Taxi, backed by German firm Rocket Internet, pulled out of Pakistan amid a broad exit from Asia, where competition from...

  • A busy and congested street in Lahore, Pakistan.

    For those who don't fancy braving Lahore's notorious traffic, Uber has just launched in the city, with specific measures in place to ensure rider safety.

  • *Kashmir tunnel project had been awarded to IRB in January. NEW DELHI, March 2- India's transport minister Nitin Gadkari has cancelled a contract to build a $1.5 billion tunnel in the Himalayas, after opposition politicians alleged irregularities in the bidding for India's most expensive road project. IRB Infrastructure Developers Ltd won the right to build...

  • Workers sew clothing with sewing machines at the Esquel Group garment factory at the Vietnam-Singapore Industrial Park in Thuan An, Binh Duong province, Vietnam.

    Despite a difficult year in 2015, these three countries are poised for growth and offer solid investment opportunities, says Asha Mehta.