The revised peace deal comes six weeks after the original was rejected in a referendum amid objections it favored the Marxist rebels.
The shocking Donald Trump victory has put a rocket under defense stocks all over the world.
A major U.S.-backed offensive to oust ISIS from its capital of Raqqa, Syria has begun, it was announced early Sunday.
Two suspects on a motorcycle were detained at Istanbul's airport after they refused to stop and police shot in the air at them, the city's governor said.
An explosion rocked a central district of Diyarbakir, the largest city in Turkey's mainly Kurdish southeast, after police detained 11 lawmakers.
A new wave of attacks on Nigeria's oil infrastructure appears to make good on militants' threats to target repaired facilities.
In the latest episode of the CNBC Conversation, CNBC sits down with the Head of Mission at the Office of the Quartet, Kito de Boer.
Global issues are giving British children anxiety, data released by a leading U.K.-based children's charity reveals.
China has zero interest in arms races and thinks very differently about national security, according to new research.
The U.S. government ordered members of employees posted to Istanbul's Consulate to leave amid security concerns.
The Niger Delta Avengers have resumed attacks on Nigeria's oil industry, and analysts say the government has no quick fixes to offer.
There’s still a chance for Barack Obama to cement his legacy, and it could be connected to Palestine, Kito de Boer told CNBC.
Would Trump or Clinton presidency be a better fit for building peace, when it comes to Palestine? Kito de Boer, head of mission of the Office of the Quartet, weighs in.
Persuading North Korea to give up its weapons is "a lost cause", James Clapper, director of U.S. National Intelligence, says.
Philippine President Duterte hit out at the U.S., saying it could forget about a military deal between both countries if he stayed in power longer.
The terrorist group could be using conventional drones to deliver explosives.
British Prime Minister Theresa May discusses Europe's stance towards Russia's involvement in the Syrian civil war, as well as the U.K.'s post-Brexit stance on trade.
Asian geopolitics and the Philippine economy may be hit if Manila ends up breaking historic military and economic ties with the U.S.
No matter who wins the election, the United States must not become isolationist, former NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen tells CNBC.
Anders Rasmussen, "The Will to Lead" author, discusses what he hopes to hear from Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton on American's global leadership role in trade and military defense.