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Experts are predicting that the militant organization will regroup if Syria and Iraq fail to recover.
The Irish government was on the verge of collapse on Thursday after a party said it would move to remove the deputy prime minister.
Analysts at Societe Generale said the S&P 500 was now entering expensive territory.
Euro zone business growth is roaring as the year draws to a close, a survey showed on Thursday.
People who drink three or four cups of coffee every day could significantly reduce the chances of early death, a new study suggests.
German engineering and steel group Thyssenkrupp posted its highest order intake in five years on Thursday.
European equities finished Thursday relatively flat, as investors digested stock news, amid weak trading volumes across the world.
Finance Minister Philip Hammond vowed Wednesday to set aside £3 billion ($3.9 billion) for Brexit contingency planning.
The Bosnian Serb military chief was found guilty of genocide and crimes against humanity and sentenced to life in prison.
Silvio Berlusconi has taken his fight to become eligible for next year's Italian election to the European Court of Human Rights.
There are expectations that the new budget will not include a mention of the so-called "Brexit bill", an economist told CNBC Wednesday.
Saad al-Hariri returned to Beirut Tuesday for the first time since he resigned as prime minister.
Saudi Arabia and Iran's ongoing battle for power and influence rages on in the Middle East but analysts aren't convinced that an all-out war will happen, yet.
European stocks ended slightly under pressure on Wednesday, as investors digested the latest U.K. budget and earnings announcements.
Apple supplier Foxconn has been illegally employing students to work overtime to assemble the iPhone X, the Financial Times reports.
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European equities open slightly higher on Friday morning amid lower liquidity levels due to the Thanksgiving holiday.
Markets haven't yet priced in the detail of U.S. tax reform, Tim Drayson, head of economics at Legal & General Investment Management, said.
Leopold Traugott, policy analyst at Open Europe, talks about the implications of failed coalition talks in Germany for the U.K.'s exit from the EU.