PHILADELPHIA— A federal appeals court on Tuesday reinstated a lawsuit challenging the New York Police Department's surveillance of Muslim groups in New Jersey after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, saying any resulting harm came from the city's tactics, not the media's reporting of them. The 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, reversing a judge's decision last...» Read More
Eurogroup’s president, Jeroen Dijsselbloem, urges the Kremlin to work together with the West when it comes to the Syrian crisis.
Eurogroup’s president, Jeroen Dijsselbloem, and ECB's executive board member Benoît Cœuré, discuss the current situation in Greece in terms of servicing its own debt and reforms.
Turkey is targeting Islamic State in investigations of a double suicide bombing in Ankara that killed up to 128 people, officials said.
Russian warplanes pounded Syrian rebels on Sunday, insurgents said, helping Moscow's ally Bashar al-Assad reclaim territory.
Justin Hastings, senior lecturer at University of Sydney, discusses news that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un declared the country ready to respond to any kind of war against the U.S.
The Taliban are spreading through more of Afghanistan than at any point since 2001, according to the United Nations and local officials.
WARRI, Nigeria— Shell Nigeria says armed militants attacked an oil flow station in the southern Delta and killed a guard, amid fears of a renewed crisis as the country grapples with halved petroleum prices. President Muhammad Buhari has said he will terminate in December a $500 million- a-year amnesty program negotiated in 2009 for 30,000 militants that curbed...
A day after the worst terrorist attack in Turkey’ s modern history, citizens gathered in Ankara to rail against the government, The NYT reports.
The U.S. is grappling with a dramatic change in the Syrian civil war brought about by Moscow's intervention in support of the government.
The Pentagon will replace its failed program to "train and equip" Syrian rebels with a far less ambitious program. NBC News reports.
DHAKA, Bangladesh— The cafes and restaurants are empty. The recent killings of two foreigners in Bangladesh— an Italian and a Japanese— has spooked tourists and expatriates in the impoverished South Asian nation, raising alarms about whether Islamic radicals are gaining a foothold and whether foreigners are safe in the moderate, secular nation.
U.S. officials said four Russian cruise missiles fired at Syria from a warship in the Caspian Sea had crashed in Iran instead.
LIMA, Peru— The last time the IMF held its annual meetings in Latin America, Ernesto "Che" Guevara was trying to spread Cuba's revolution throughout the hemisphere and much of the region was under the thumb of repressive dictatorships. And many governments, even some leftist ones like Bolivia and Ecuador that are hostile in rhetoric to the so-called Washington...
The military involvement by Russia in Syria could force OPEC's largest member to capitulate on production cuts, entrepreneur Boone Pickens tells CNBC.
Angela Merkel said the need for Ankara's cooperation on the refugee crisis has not changed her views about Turkey's bid to join the EU.
Russia-backed Syrian forces mounted what appeared to be their first major coordinated assault on insurgents on Wednesday.
NEW YORK— Toyota has spoken with U.S. officials about the prominent use of its vehicles by militants in Syria, Iraq and Libya. The Treasury Department's Terrorism and Financial Intelligence wing monitors monetary transfers and the flow of goods that could aid militants, and an abundance of any company's product being used by extremists would draw attention.
Authorities working with the FBI have interrupted four attempts by gangs that sought to sell radioactive material to Middle Eastern extremists.
"I don't think Saudi Arabia and Russia right now could agree on whether or not it's sunny outside," John Kilduff says.
NATO on Tuesday rejected Moscow's explanation that its warplanes had violated alliance member Turkey's air space by mistake.