Four people were killed and at least 36 wounded in a suicide bombing on a central shopping district in Istanbul, Turkey's largest city.
An Algerian gas plant owned by Norway's Statoil, BP and state firm Sonatrach was attacked on Friday, the company said.
Kurdish militants on Thursday claimed a suicide bombing in Ankara this week, while Germany shut down its diplomatic missions in Turkey.
Otilia Dhand, vice president of Teneo Intelligence, discusses Russia's changing approach to diplomatic relations with Turkey.
Some success in combating terrorist groups and a possible bottoming out of oil prices mean it could be time to invest in Iraq, analysts have said.
Belgian police killed a suspect in a raid on a Brussels apartment linked to investigations into November's attacks in Paris.
Wesley Clark, former NATO Supreme Allied Commander, discusses international hot-button issues including Russia's withdrawal from Syria and Iran's missile test.
Geopolitical experts say it wouldn't take much to get Vladimir Putin to put Russia right back in the middle of the Syrian conflict.
James Dorsey from the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies explains the significance of Putin withdrawing Russian forces from Syria.
Turkish warplanes struck Kurdish militant camps in northern Iraq on Monday, a day after 37 people were killed in an Ankara car bombing.
Stratfor's Sim Tack says the parties involved have trouble agreeing on the points of negotiation and are still shaping their positions.
The Lebanese army says two missiles found on a passenger flight from Lebanon to Serbia were used for training and did not contain any explosives.
A car bombing in Turkey's capital has killed at least 37 people, the second such attack in the area in less than a month.
A blast in Turkey's capital kills at least 37 people and wounded roughly 125 others on Sunday.
The rift is festering and could, in the worst case, escalate as Russia and Turkey jockey to protect their vital interests in war-torn Syria.
Inspire co-founder and director, Sara Khan says the “Islam hates the West” rhetoric spoken publicly feeds into the ISIS narrative, when we should be promoting peace and justice.
The Wounded Warrior Project fired its top two executives Thursday after accusations of lavish spending, the NYT reports.
China will be able to project "substantial offensive military power" from islands in the South China Sea within months, James Clapper said.
Fred Kaplan, War Stories columnist for Slate, talks to CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera about the dangers of cyberattacks as the new face of warfare, and his new book "Dark Territory."
American troops conducted live fire drills near the border with North Korea and Iran is testing long range ballistic missiles, reports CNBC's Brian Sullivan.