Wars and Military Conflicts Terrorism


  • The Eiffel Tower is lit with the blue, white and red colours of the French flag in Paris, France, November 16, 2015, to pay tribute to the victims of a series of deadly attacks on Friday in the French capital.

    Salah Abdeslam — once Europe's most-wanted man — was captured in Brussels earlier this month, reports NBC News.

  • A car bomb attack killed four Turkish police officers in the southeastern city of Diyarbakir on Thursday, a government official said.

  • According to a copy of the decision provided by Vice lawyer Iain MacKinnon, national security reporter Ben Makuch was ordered by the Ontario Superior Court of Justice on Tuesday to surrender his instant messenger chat logs with Farah Shirdon to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. Police said last year that they believe Shirdon left Canada in March 2014 to...

  • Canada's PM: Separate security risks from immigration policy

    CNBC's Susan Li asks Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau, about ensuring fair immigration policy, and safety.

  • Eiffel Tower and apartments

    Millionaires are leaving Europe because of rising religious tension and concerns about the sluggish economy, a wealth analysis expert said.

  • A boycott by Russian President Vladimir Putin, apparently unwilling to join in a U.S.-dominated gathering at a time of increased tensions between Washington and Moscow, adds to doubts that the meeting will yield major results. The absence of Russia, one of the biggest atomic powers, could detract from decisions reached in Washington this week.

  • Cellebrite, the Israeli company that may have helped the FBI hack a terrorist's iPhone, may have used their Universal Forensic Extraction Device to do the job.

  • Larry Kudlow: The Terrorists are Winning

    CNBC contributor Larry Kudlow discusses why he believes we are losing the fight to terrorism.

  • *Brussels bombers at first eyed nuclear plant- media. PARIS/ FRANKFURT, March 30- Metre-thick concrete walls and 1950 s-style analog control rooms help protect nuclear plants from bomb attacks and computer hackers, but Islamist militants are turning their attention to the atomic industry's weak spots, security experts say. Concerns about nuclear terrorism...

  • WASHINGTON, March 30- Just as fears of nuclear terrorism are on the rise, President Barack Obama's U.S.-led drive to lock down all vulnerable atomic materials worldwide risks losing momentum. Obama will convene a global summit in Washington this week in the aftermath of deadly militant attacks in Brussels that have fueled concern that Islamic State could...

  • Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks to guest gathered at Fountain Park during a campaign rally on March 19, 2016 in Fountain Hills, Arizona.

    Trump's call to temporarily ban Muslims from entering the U.S. wouldn't pass legal muster, House Foreign Affairs Chairman Ed Royce tells CNBC.

  • Rep. Royce: US at terror risk

    Rep. Ed Royce, (R-Calf.), weighs in on security risks in the U.S. and the expanding reach of ISIS around the globe. Also Rep. Royce presents his plan to battle terrorism.

  • Too much defense, not enough offense on terror?

    Discussing strategies to fighting terror, and keeping our country safe, with Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.), and CNBC's senior contributor Larry Kudlow.

  • PRISTINA, March 29- Kosovo signed an extradition agreement with Washington on Tuesday, clearing the way for a man suspected by the Federal Bureau of Investigation of being an Islamist militant to be sent to the United States. Kosovo officials told Reuters that the first person who may be extradited is Bajram Asllani, who is listed on the FBI web site as a wanted...

  • Facing terror fears: Walter Isaacson

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

  • Passengers evacuated from Zaventem Bruxelles International Airport after a terrorist attack on March 22, 2016 in Brussels.

    Brussels airport on Tuesday began trying out a make-shift check-in area that could allow a limited restart of passenger flights in the coming days.

  • EgyptAir Flight 181 jet hijacked, diverted to Cyprus

    An Egyptian hijacker claiming to have an explosive belt is holding 11 passengers hostage over what authorities are calling a personal matter, reports CNBC's Sara Eisen with the latest details.

  • What are the solutions to terrorism?

    Charles Hecker, global research director at Control Risks, says the sharing of information between security agencies is one solution to terrorism.

  • Facebook's terror error

    Facebook has apologized after accidentally sending a "safety check" message to users on Sunday, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin.

  • Tracking bad guys' digital trail

    Insight to finding out more about terrorists by using software which tracks their digital footprints, with Mark Testoni, SAP National Security Services President and CEO.