The foreign ministers of Russia and Turkey decide to meet in the coming days to discuss the situation on Turkey's border with Syria.» Read More
China said it would continue to build military and civilian facilities on its artificial islands in the disputed South China Sea.
China will contribute $14.5M to the hunt for flight MH370, in the latest expansion of one of the costliest searches in aviation history.
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Terrorists stormed a hotel Friday in Mali, killing more than two dozen people and briefly taking scores more hostage. NBC News reports.
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Argentinians will head to the polls again on Sunday, in a 2nd round of voting that will likely see the pro-business opposition trump the incumbent socialists.
China vowed on Thursday to "bring to justice" those responsible for executing one of its citizens after IS said it had killed a Chinese captive.
Our live blog is tracking the latest developments in the hunt for the perpetrators of Friday's terror attacks in France.
Members of the German government, including Chancellor Angela Merkel, had been scheduled to attend a game canceled by a bomb threat.
France made an unprecedented demand for its European Union allies to support its military action against the Islamic State.
Squawk Box Live watched as U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry arrived at the Elysee Palace in Paris to meet with French President Francois Hollande.
The West's campaign against ISIS hasn't resulted in any major economic disruptions so far, says David Joy, chief market strategist at Ameriprise Financial.
In the wake of the attacks in Paris on Friday, several major networks and studios are scaling back their programming or canceling some altogether.
While Russia and the U.S. share a common goal in Syria, they have different ideas of how to achieve it.
A key climate change conference in Paris is set to go ahead in less than two weeks — despite security concerns after Friday's terrorist attacks.
David Cameron will announce plans to recruit 1,900 intelligence and security staff to counter threats from ISIS, the Financial Times reports.
Nicholas Ferres, investment director of global asset allocation at Eastspring Investments, notes that markets were largely weaker pre-Paris attacks than prior to the 2004 Madrid bombings.
At least 140 people were killed Friday in 7 separate attacks — shootings and explosions among them— around Paris, police and local news outlets said.
At least 100 people reportedly died at a popular Paris concert hall; Iran's President Hassan Rouhani has cancelled a planned historic visit to France.
Angel Gurria, secretary-general of the OECD, says economic growth and trade will be the main issues at the G20 meeting in Turkey.
The U.K. will put "security first," the finance minister said. Plus, he scrapped plans to cut welfare payments to low-paid workers.
China’s slowdown could pose risks for the euro area ranging from falling exports, capital outflows and exchange rate fluctuations, the ECB has said.
The European Central Bank said on Wednesday it would temporarily pause its asset purchase program, resuming the purchases on January 4.
Gold hovered close to its lowest in nearly six years on Thursday, as U.S. economic data reinforced market expectations of a Fed hike this year.
Oil headed higher on Thursday on the back of a build in U.S. inventories, but gains were limited in light trading due to the Thanksgiving in the U.S.
Asian markets rose on Thursday as traders cheered the prospect of fresh monetary stimulus in Europe.
Anastasia Kastaniotou, a struggling mother of three, stood near the Greek Parliament building on Wednesday and threw up her hands as she contemplated an €11.5 billion austerity package that her country’s government was trying to tie up this week to keep Greece in the euro, the New York Times reports.