A secret meeting between Vice President Mike Pence and North Korean leaders at the Olympics was canceled abruptly earlier this month.
Benjamin Netanyahu denies any wrongdoing and says the latest charges against him were merely a continuation of a wider media orchestrated witch hunt.
Venezuela launches a new oil-backed digital currency Tuesday, in a move the government hopes will help pull it out of an economic crisis.
A Russian Olympic medallist has left the Pyeongchang Winter Games on suspicion of doping, a team official said on Monday.
More than six months after Iraq's leadership proclaimed the defeat of ISIS on Iraqi territory, the country is on a path to rebuild.
European companies engaged in business with Iran are enriching the country's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), Saudi's foreign minister said.
Members of the anti-EU party voted to remove their leader Henry Bolton over his leadership of the party and racist comments.
European and Gulf countries need to give more cash to war embattled Syria, the president of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) told CNBC Saturday.
"As you can see with the FBI indictment, the evidence is now really incontrovertible," H.R. McMaster said in Munich.
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.
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.
Moscow acknowledged for the first time that five Russians may have been killed in the U.S. airstrike in Syria last week.
Consuming more highly processed foods proportionately increases the risk of cancer, a study has suggested.
U.S. government personnel serving in Cuba appear to have "widespread" neurological damage, say doctors working for the State Department.
Former Guatemalan President Alvaro Colom and the chairman of Oxfam International were arrested on Tuesday as part of a corruption investigation.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange lost a legal bid on Tuesday to persuade the British authorities to drop any further action against him.
“We finished one battle but we are engaged now with a war for reconstruction,” said Mustafa al-Hiti, the head of Iraq’s reconstruction fund.
Penny Lawrence resigned Monday, taking responsibility for how Oxfam "failed to act adequately" after sexual misconduct allegations in Chad and Haiti.
Nicolas Maduro said on Twitter that Venezuela's petro token raised more than 4.777 billion Chinese yuan, or $735 million.
The final version of a deal aimed at cutting trade barriers in some of the Asia-Pacific's fastest-growing economies was released on Wednesday.
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European equities were lower on Wednesday morning as investors focus on further earnings reports and data releases.
Asian stock indexes carved out gains on Wednesday after a session of choppy trade in Japanese markets.
Higher Treasury yields supported the greenback ahead of minutes from the Federal Reserve's most recent policy meeting.