Migrants become commodities in Libya and sold into exploitation and slavery, a UN agency says.
Timing was a major factor in Expedia's first-quarter earnings miss, Expedia CEO Dara Khosrowshahi tells CNBC.
British police said that they had thwarted an active plot in London's second major security operation in the space of a few hours.
British police said on Thursday a man carrying knives had been arrested on Whitehall, and was being detained under anti-terrorism laws.
*Le Pen turns fire on Macron over Islamist terrorism. *Macron favorite to win May 7 runoff against Le Pen. Le Pen, 48, has also touted her pledges to suspend the EU's open-border agreement on France's frontiers, and to expel foreigners who are on the watch lists of intelligence services, as the right response to a series of Islamist attacks in France.
Trump says he believes Le Pen will be helped by the attack that left a Paris police officer dead.
One Paris police officer was murdered and two others wounded on Thursday by a man allegedly loyal to ISIS.
*Candidates Le Pen and Fillon declare tough lines. *Poll: Macron on 24 pct; Le Pen 21.5; Fillon 20: Melenchon 19.5. Le Pen- narrowly trailing frontrunner Emmanuel Macron in opinion polls- said she would take steps to beat "Islamist terrorism" if elected, including introducing tougher immigration and border controls.
CNBC's Wilfred Frost reports on how the outcome of the French election will likely impact markets, yields and Brexit.
The man who shot dead a French policeman in an Islamist militant attack had served time for armed assaults on law enforcement officers; police sources.
CNBC's Wilfred Frost talks to Michael Stothard, FT Paris correspondent, about the terror attack in Paris and its impact on the upcoming election in France where centrist independent Emanuel Macron is just ahead of far right leader Marine Le Pen.
Noted French journalist Christian Malard weighs in on how the deadly shooting in Paris could influence this weekend’s presidential election.
Marine Le Pen has urged the government to immediately restore state borders after a suspected terror attack in Paris, according to a Reuters report.
Paris is a city on edge following a deadly shooting there ahead of this weekend’s presidential election.
CNBC's Wilfred Frost reports the latest details on the deadly terrorist attack in France, ahead of the French election.
France is on high alert following a shooting French President Hollande is calling a terrorist attack and disrupting the final days of the campaign leading up to the election.
Paprec CEO Jean-Luc Petithuguenin discusses the French presidential candidates and his decision to write to his employees warning them against Marine Le Pen.
CNBC's Claire Fournier and Nancy Hungerford discuss how French voters are reacting to Thursday's suspected terror attack.
CNBC's Claire Fournier suggests that security and terror threats to France could most negatively impact centrist candidate Emmanuel Macron's campaign.
Security is a key election theme so Thursday's shooting could benefit candidates who prioritized those issues, says Fredrik Erixon from the European Centre for International Political Economy.