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CNBC's John Harwood reports France and the U.S. want Syrian President Assad out but Russia does not.
CNBC's Geoff Cutmore reports from Russia about Russian President Vladimir Putin's frustration with western allies caused by the destruction of a Russian military jet.
CNBC's Hadley Gamble reports that Turkey's president, Recep Erdoğan, criticized Russian complaints about the shooting down of a Russian jet as emotional and unfitting.
CNBC's Hadley Gamble reports from Istanbul about the mood of the Turkish business community in light of tensions between Turkey and Russia.
Ahmet Kasim Han, international relations professor at Kadir Has Üniversitesi, discusses Turkish President Recep Erdoğan, who refuses to apologize for gunning down a Russian military plane, and whether Russia will enact economic revenge.
CNBC's Geoff Cutmore reports from Russia that President Vladimir Putin does not face the same opposition to military action in Syria as political leaders in other countries, such as in the U.K.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Friday made a widely expected decision to roll out additional fiscal spending.
CNBC's Geoff Cutmore reports from Russia about President Vladimir Putin's anger over the shooting down of a Russian jet by Turkey.
CNBC's Hadley Gamble reports from Turkey that, despite conciliatory tones from Turkish President Recep Erdoğan, he still has not apologized for shooting down a Russian military jet.
Russia will keep cooperating with the United States and its partners to fight Islamic State in Syria, Russia's Vladimir Putin said.
China will shake up its military by establishing a joint operational command structure and rejig existing military regions as part of overall reforms.
Vadim Nikitin, senior associate at Stroz Friedberg, talks about how Russian president Vladimir Putin is dealing with the situation in Syria and the escalating tensions with Turkey.
Brian Jenkins, senior adviser at RAND, says the countries will not go to war over Turkey's downing of a Russian jet, but there will be repercussions.
The U.K. will put "security first," the finance minister said. Plus, he scrapped plans to cut welfare payments to low-paid workers.
George Osborne, U.K. finance minister, announces a change in direction on reforms to working tax credits, which have been the focal point of several political arguments in the U.K., and says the government will run a budget surplus of 0.5 percent by 2020.
George Osborne, U.K. finance minister, lays out the aims of his latest budget statement and says that U.K. debt will fall this year.
George Osborne, U.K. finance minister, announces changes to the country's national health service, including a £6 billion cash injection into its budget, and removes the cap on the number of student nurses by replacing direct funding with student loans.
George Osborne, U.K. finance minister, announces spending cuts to the government's transportation department, but will invest in new roads and railways.
Sir Ian Cheshire, U.K. government's lead non-executive, discusses the sharp cuts to public services needed to reduce the U.K. government's budget deficit.
An investigation into the November 13 attacks in Paris widened on Tuesday when Belgium issued a warrant for a "dangerous" new suspect.