Russian shares took a double whammy from sanctions and oil, but the market now offers "the bargain of the century," Templeton's Mark Mobius said.
Heavily armed military police sealed off part of Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport for hours Tuesday night, the AP reports.
Kerry becomes the first US secretary of state to pay his respects at Hiroshima's memorial.
John Kerry paid his respects at Japan's Hiroshima, raising speculation Barack Obama might make a controversial visit in May.
John Kerry will not apologize for the use of the atomic bomb when visits the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum on Monday, a senior U.S. official said.
The U.S. military on Thursday christened an experimental self-driving warship designed to hunt for enemy submarines
As China seeks to strengthen its control over the South China Sea, a tribunal is about to test Beijing's adherence to international law.
Japan is due to switch on a new radar observation station in the East China Sea on Monday, a move that will likely infuriate Beijing.
The loss of Palmyra represents one of the biggest setbacks for the ultra-hardline Islamist group since it declared a caliphate in 2014.
Syrian government forces recaptured Palmyra on Sunday, state media and a monitoring group said, inflicting a significant defeat on Islamic State.
Donald Trump said that if elected, he might halt oil purchases from Saudi Arabia and other Arab allies unless they commit troops to fight Islamic State. The New York Times reports.
Donald Trump's comments about NATO highlight why he would be a terrible leader for the US on the world stage, says Erik Brattberg.
European intelligence and law enforcement agencies are too fragmented to tackle terrorist threats, former U.S. Navy officer Malcolm Nance says.
Radovan Karadzic sentenced to 40 years in jail by U.N. judges for the 1995 Srebrenica massacre and of nine other war crimes charges.
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.
A manhunt is taking place in Brussels right now to find the suspect involved in Tuesday's explosions. CNBC’s Hadley Gamble reports.
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.
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.
Russia deputy Prime Minister, Arkady Dvorkovich gives his reaction to the Brussels attacks, saying Russia expresses its condolences to families of the victims.
Labour party MEP Claude Moraes says there’s a big fragmentation in Belgium with police operations and communication.