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The comments come amid the highest tensions the two countries have seen since the Cold War.
Qatar has “preserved its sovereignty” following a “futile” diplomatic crisis that befell the country in 2017, the emir of the Gulf state said Friday.
Rob Joyce emphasized the need to better understand the cryptocurrency's risks and benefits before embarking on any sort of regulatory regime.
CNBC's Carl Quintanilla takes a rare look inside Korea's demilitarized zone.
At Singapore Airshow 2018, CNBC's Uptin Saiidi tests out Lockheed Martin's F-35 simulator.
The malware attack known as NotPetya wiped out billions of dollars as it spread across 64 countries in July 2017.
Cyber threats represent the greatest destabilizing risk today, Raytheon International CEO John Harris told CNBC at the Munich Security Conference.
Hadley Gamble reports from the Munich Security Conference with comments from Siemens CEO Joe Kaeser.
CNBC's Hadley Gamble reports from the Munich Security Conference with input from John D. Harris, Raytheon International CEO.
John D. Harris speaks about cybersecurity.
"The new U.S. administration has given us some clarity, some context with respect to threats," said John D. Harris.
Moscow acknowledged for the first time that five Russians may have been killed in the U.S. airstrike in Syria last week.
U.S. government personnel serving in Cuba appear to have "widespread" neurological damage, say doctors working for the State Department.
Halliburton's first-quarter earnings would be reduced by 10 cents per share due to delays in sand deliveries, a company executive said on Thursday.
Japanese Prime Minister Abe and President Trump will keep up the pressure on North Korea until it abandons its nuclear and missile programs.
Iran claims that special lizards are used against it for espionage, but other creatures have been accused of spying, too.
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