The U.S. has given the go-ahead to air strikes by rebels in Syria to defend themselves from attacks against IS or elsewhere.
Turkey's bombing campaign in Syria and Iraq has diverted attention from "exploratory talks" for a new governing coalition. However, Turkey's president is almost certainly seeking to reassert himself as Turkey's de facto executive.
A global arms race of robotic killing machines is inevitable if countries don't take precautions now, hundreds of experts said.
Turkish fighter jets, which on Friday attacked Islamic State targets in Syria, launched a wave of airstrikes in northern Iraq on Saturday. The New York Times reports.
Mitsubishi Materials became the first major Japanese company to apologize for using captured U.S. soldiers as slave laborers during WWII.
Flight MH17 was shot down a year ago. We recap the events and how the Ukrainian crisis has changed since then.
"It's entirely different cases," says Ukraine's Arseniy Yatsenyuk of his own country and Greece. "And we do not blackmail anyone."
Sub-Saharan Africa has been the darling of frontier market investors for several years. However, a combination of factors could see its appeal for investors wane.
Veterans are talented, hardworking and the unemployment rate among them has dropped. Here's how companies can attract them, Gudmundsson says.
U.S. and Iranian officials said talks on a final accord would likely run past a June 30 deadline.
Gunmen opened fire on a beach popular with tourists in Tunisia on Friday, killing at least 37 people, NBC News reports.
Although the U.S.-China dialogues failed to address issues of cybersecurity and disputes in South China Sea, some progress was made on economic matters.
U.S. and China held "candid and to-the-point" talks aimed at managing the complex relationship between the world's two biggest economies, a U.S. official said.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said Russia's plans to buy more intercontinental ballistic missiles could herald a return to the "Cold War."
Monday's rate cut came at an interesting time for the Bank of Russia's Governor Elvira Nabiullina.
The U.S. has said it may build further military bases in Iraq, to combat Islamic State militants.
The conflict in Ukraine has sparked interest in an Estonian company's lightweight, pre-fab bomb shelters.
Pope Francis sat down with Russian President Putin to discuss restoring peace between Russia and Ukraine.
Will sending additional troops truly alleviate tensions in Iraq? CNBC's Hadley Gamble discusses.
The Russia-Ukraine crisis could last decades, the former head of NATO has warned, telling CNBC that the West should consider arming the Ukrainians.