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  • Will tourism suffer after Brussels attacks?

    Andrew Lobbenberg, head of the European transport team at HSBC Global Research, explains why terror attacks in Western Europe have a relatively short-lived impact on tourism and travel.

  • Serious questions for Belgian authorities

    A manhunt is taking place in Brussels right now to find the suspect involved in Tuesday's explosions. CNBC’s Hadley Gamble reports.

  • BUENOS AIRES, March 24- President Barack Obama will honor victims of Argentina's "Dirty War" on Thursday, the 40th anniversary of a military coup that led to a seven-year crackdown against Marxist rebels, labor unions and leftist opponents. He promised on Wednesday to declassify military and intelligence records related to the dictatorship-era, a time when...

  • HAVANA, March 23- Colombian peace negotiators missed Wednesday's deadline for a final accord but will continue talks in Havana to end Latin America's longest war, a government official said. The government of Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos and leftist rebels of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, had set a self-imposed March 23...

  • Brussels suspect captured: Newspaper report

    The U.S. lacks the political will to really do what it takes to stop terrorism, Rep. Will Hurd, a former undercover CIA operative, tells CNBC.

  • Questions surface after Brussels attacks

    Just days before the Brussels attacks on Tuesday, Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam was arrested, but are the two events related? CNBC’s Louisa Bojesen explores the topic.

  • Must find common ground on critical issues: Deputy PM

    Russia deputy Prime Minister, Arkady Dvorkovich gives his reaction to the Brussels attacks, saying Russia expresses its condolences to families of the victims.

  • Need heightened intelligence sharing: MEP

    Labour party MEP Claude Moraes says there’s a big fragmentation in Belgium with police operations and communication.

  • Brussels: Questions about security emerge

    Tom Wilson, fellow at The Henry Jackson Society, discusses the questions that have and will emerge following the attacks in Brussels.

  • Belgian PM: Attacks are blind, cowardly

    The manhunt is now on for the suspects involved in Tuesday’s Brussels attacks. CNBC’s Hadley Gamble reports the latest.

  • We got Syria wrong: Olivier Guitta

    Olivier Guitta, managing director of GlobalStrat, says the West's failures in Syria allowed ISIS to flourish and led to more terrorism.

  • BERLIN/ SYDNEY, March 23- Several countries have tightened or reviewed airport security following twin explosions at Brussels Airport, as Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull on Wednesday blamed Europe's porous borders and lax security for the attack. Islamic State claimed responsibility for the bomb attacks in the departure hall of Zaventem...

  • SINGAPORE/ TOKYO, March 23- Asian shares slipped on Wednesday, but held near 3 1/ 2 month highs hit earlier this week as investors took comfort from a brightening global economic picture, as they absorbed the shock of the suspected Islamic State suicide bomb attacks in Brussels. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan fell 0.3 percent, while...

  • ISIS fighter, North American ISIS fighter, Islamic State

    The IS has issued an updated communique taking credit for the Brussels attacks and threatening other countries taking part in the anti-IS coalition.

  • BERLIN/ SYDNEY, March 23- Several countries have tightened or reviewed airport security following twin explosions at Brussels Airport, as Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull on Wednesday blamed Europe's porous borders and lax security for the attack. Islamic State claimed responsibility for the bomb attacks in the departure hall of Zaventem...

  • WASHINGTON, March 22- Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump said on Tuesday the United States should use waterboarding and other harsh interrogation techniques when questioning terror suspects, and renewed his call for tougher U.S. border security after the attacks in Brussels. Senator Ted Cruz of Texas, suggested heightened police scrutiny...

  • *No specific threat to the United States- officials. NEW YORK, March 22- Major U.S. airports were on high alert on Tuesday, with police out in force after at least 30 people were killed in suicide bombing attacks on Brussels airport and subway, though officials said there was no specific threat to the United States. Representative William Keating of Massachusetts,...

  • WASHINGTON, March 22- Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump said on Tuesday that the United States should use waterboarding and other harsh interrogation techniques when questioning terror suspects, and renewed his call for tougher U.S. border security after the attacks in Brussels. The Brussels attacks brought national security back to the...

  • BERLIN/ PARIS, March 22- Twin explosions in the departure hall of Brussels Airport prompted several countries worldwide to review or tighten airport security on Tuesday and raised questions about how soon passengers should be screened when entering terminals. Authorities responded by stepping up the number of police on patrol at airports in London, Paris...

  • Adm. Stavridis: Build bridges, not walls to combat terror

    Admiral James Stavridis, Dean of The Fletcher School at Tufts University and Former Supreme Allied Commander at NATO, discusses combating terrorism globally in the aftermath of the Brussels attacks.