The Taliban claimed responsibility for a truck bomb attack on a military and logistics services compound in Kabul early on Monday.
Slammed for "sacrificing nothing" for his country, GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump says he's "worked very hard."
The Muslim-immigrant father of an Army captain killed in Iraq says Trump should go to Arlington Cemetery and see all faiths, genders and ethnicities.
Bringing the armed forces and the national intelligence agency under control of the presidency would require a constitutional change.
A potential President Donald Trump would be almost as painful for Asia as for his usual whipping boy, Mexico, Nomura has warned.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's crackdown could be brought to heel by its economic dependence, Mohamed El-Erian says.
Members of Afghanistan's Hazara minority began burying those killed in Saturday's suicide attack with many blaming politicians for security failures.
It's difficult to gain intelligence about potential attacks when lone actors are behind them, Stratfor's Chief Security Officer Fred Burton explains.
Fallout from a failed military coup in Greece may exacerbate Europe's festering migrant crisis, EU leaders say.
ISIS claimed responsibility for a suicide attack in the Afghan capital Kabul that killed at least 61 people and wounded more than 200.
It is too early to buy Turkish assets, despite the rout, Renaissance Capital said on Friday. Instead, it advocated investors look at Russia.
Turkey's deputy prime minister has been on an investor charm offensive following last Friday's failed coup — but will it work?
European Central Bank president Mario Draghi says while the unrest in Turkey is likely to affect confidence, it’s very difficult to see a significant impact on the euro zone.
Experts warn that the recent round of arrests and suspensions in Turkey are the latest attempts to weaken the rule of law and democracy.
On Wednesday, the Turkish parliament is reportedly expected to discuss the prospect of reinstating the death penalty. CNBC’s Hadley Gamble reports.
North Korea says its ballistic missile test simulated strikes against South Korean ports and airfields used by the U.S. military.
North Korea fired three ballistic missiles, which flew between 300 and 360 miles into the sea off its east coast, South Korea's military said.
Atilla Yesilada, partner at GlobalSource Partners in Istanbul, says all of Turkey stood up against the coup, but warns Erdogan may become more authoritarian.
CNBC's Hadley Gamble reports from Istanbul on the latest news from Turkey after the military coup and speaks to the country's deputy prime minister.
North Korea fired three ballistic missiles into the sea that had a range of up to 360 miles, South Korea said.