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President Donald Trump now says Russia interfered in the 2016 election, but other countries may have meddled, too.
U.K. Foreign Minister Boris Johnson has praised U.S. President Donald Trump's use of Twitter, showing somehow some enviousness of his freedom.
President Trump calls on allies to take action against North Korea's missile threat.
U.S. President Donald Trump will praise individual freedom and sovereignty on Thursday in what seems to be comments directed squarely at the Europe Union.
Set against a backdrop of growing geopolitical tensions, and with a series of new faces due to attend, CNBC takes a look at what can be expected.
With President Donald Trump due to arrive in Germany later on Thursday, a lawmaker in the country has voiced concerns over a potential trade war between the U.S. and Europe as a result of Trump's protectionist policies.
U.S. President Donald Trump meets eastern NATO allies in Warsaw on Thursday amid expectations he will reaffirm Washington's commitment to counter threats from Russia after unnerving them in May by failing to endorse the principle of collective defence.
Saudi Arabia has been described as the “foremost” financier of Islamist extremism in the U.K. by a thinktank in a damning report.
The bull market in global equities is 8 years old, but it is far from finished, according to research by Citi.
This week's G-20 meeting in Germany could help U.S. President Trump improve his credibility, according to the vice-chairman of Blackstone.
A coalition of Arab countries are poised to announce whether to escalate or abandon sanctions against Qatar on Wednesday.
Oil and gas giant Royal Dutch Shell has delivered far more cash from its downstream business than its upstream recently, Downstream Director John Abbott told CNBC on Wednesday.
With the Italian banking system in the spotlight, analysts have highlighted that Germany’s lenders are still not out of the woods, saying shipping loans and too many bank branches are some of the very real problems they are currently facing.
Suspects in the 2014 downing of flight MH17 in Ukraine will be tried in Dutch court and under Dutch law, Netherlands' foreign ministry said.
Italy has moved to save yet another failing bank, meaning taxpayers now stand responsible for over $25 billion of recent bailout money.
Geely-owned Volvo Car Group said that all new models launched from 2019 will be fully electric or hybrids.
In his first parliamentary address as France’s prime minister, Edouard Philippe takes a not-so-subtle swipe at President Trump.
Strategic ties between Russia and China were appraised in glowing terms as Chinese President Xi Jinping concluded a two-day visit to Russia.
Prime Minister Edouard Philippe told lawmakers on Tuesday that it was time to end France's addiction to public spending and rein in debts.
The U.K. public service broadcaster BBC announced it would spend £34 million ($44 million) on children's programming over the next three years to face off competition from global media giants like Facebook, Amazon and Netflix.
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CNBC's Gemma Acton talks about the confirmation of a merger deal between India's Tata Steel and its German rival, Thyssenkrupp.
The Federal Reserve’s monetary policy meeting will be a “watershed” moment for the “beginning of the end" of the central bank's quantitative easing program, David Riley, partner and head of credit strategy at BlueBay Asset Management, said.
Germany must continue to have an open society and open economy to deal with the challenges of the refugee crisis in Europe, Steffen Kampeter, director-general of the Confederation of German Employers Associations (BDA), said.