ISIS said it would mint its own silver, gold and copper coins, and launched the "Islamic State Financial System."
An audio message purported to be from Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi does not prove he is indeed alive.
ISIS is "the group that takes action,” but future expansion now pivots on propaganda — especially as they suffer losses in Iraq and Syria.
Diplomats say Qatar's reticence to join the campaign against ISIS shows it is careful to preserve its influence with regional Islamist groups.
Cheaper crude could undermine Russia's and Iran's foreign policy and push oil-dependent economies into recession.
Despite a number of high-profile shootings in recent years — including Wednesday's Ottawa shootings — Canada's gun violence stats are low.
The country with the biggest oil reserves is importing light crude to grapple with falling domestic production.
Fears of a Venezuelan default are rising as an oil price fall squeezes the government's main income source.
The soccer icon makes his final national team appearance on Friday, but questions linger over his legacy.
The Algerian government has the identities of Hervé Gourdel's killers two weeks after he was beheaded by an Islamist group.
Dalil Boubakeur told crowds that the ISIS-aligned killers weren't true Muslims.
The U.S. is trying to get more countries to agree to join a coalition against the Islamic State, in Iraq and Syria.
France has so far ruled out joining the U.S.-led airstrikes in Syria against the Islamic State group.
Obama, speaking at the UN, asked the world to join together to fight the militants and vowed to keep up military pressure against them.
Jund al-Khilafah's beheading video of Hervé Gourdel closely resembled beheadings carried out by ISIS.
An al Qaeda splinter group named Jound al Khilafa, or "Soldiers of the caliphate," claimed responsibility for the abduction.
Al Qaeda dismissed as "lies" a U.S. assessment that it is in decline, but a defiant online message issued by the network on Sunday made no mention of the ultra-hardline Islamic State group widely seen as its rival for the leadership of global jihad.
The new group, reportedly named "soldiers of the Caliphate in Algeria," accused al Qaeda of “deviating from the true path.”
Major gas finds in Mozambique and Tanzania in particular could spur an East African boom, if countries can overcome production challenges.
The chief of Ford’s new Middle East-Africa unit stopped short of confirming rumors of a Nigerian factory project.
Turkey is a major buyer of Western military hardware, but its defense industry is rising.
FT Sistemas S.A. says it’s sending the Horus FT-100 Mini-UAV to an unnamed buyer across the Atlantic.
American and African economists, politicians, business and nonprofit leaders are convening this week to discuss Africa's economic growth.
A team of experts is headed to Mail to aid in an ongoing investigation.
A rebel group pledged to help secure the site, but the French forces they've been fighting since last year are also at the scene.