Meet Windward, The Israeli Startup Using Algorithms To Snare Human Traffickers, Terrorists, And Drug Smugglers At Sea
Ami Daniel, the CEO of Windward, believes Europe’s security crisis can be aided with an algorithm to help find the bad guys of the seas.
There have been reports that dozens of young Sudanese have traveled to neighboring Libya to fight alongside radical Islamic militias.
The terror threat is a far cry from war-torn Libya. But experts said Morocco is at risk as the Islamic State group looks to expand on Europe’s doorstep.
France is seeking to form a coalition with European allies to mitigate the rising threat of ISIS in Libya, a French newspaper reported.
Arab Views On ISIS: Support For Islamic State Group In Middle East, North Africa Is Low And Dropping, New Poll Suggests
Nearly 90 percent of Arabs disagree with the Islamic State group, a poll suggests, indicating that its backing has weakened further since last year.
OPEC's top producers, like Saudi Arabia, Iran and Iraq, won't cut output, virtually guaranteeing bargain basement petroleum at $40 a barrel ... or less.
Saudi Arabia has maintained that a cap on oil production would not work if non-OPEC producers like Russia and Mexico do not agree to output cuts.
Muslims in the U.S. are more affluent and better integrated, while many French Muslims think of France as a mother who has pushed them away.
After Paris Attacks, French Muslims, Refugees In Paris Are Fighting The Stigma Left Behind From 9/11
After Friday's attacks in Paris, French Muslims try to shed the "terrorist" label they've carried since Sept. 11, 2001.
India-Africa Summit 2015: Modi Offers $10B Credit Line To Africa, Promises Cooperation Against Terrorism
Trade between India and Africa has reportedly increased over ten-fold in a decade to $72 billion in 2014-2015.
Maersk Oil's latest move would take the total number of job cuts at the company to 1,250 this year, and help reduce expenses by 20 percent by the end of 2016.
Nigeria is Turkey's top trading partner in sub-Saharan Africa and with Turkey's relationship with Russia growing tense, the partnership could grow.
Morocco Western Sahara Territory Dispute: Sahrawis Growing Restless With Economic Capital At Stake And Little Hope For Solution
With a large investment at stake, the North African country isn't budging in a territorial dispute over Western Sahara, where indigenous Sahrawis seek independence.
Morocco Blocks Ikea Store Opening In Retaliation Of Sweden's Plans To Recognize Western Sahara's Independence: Report
A Moroccan news outlet said the store opening was blocked because of Sweden's plans to recognize Western Saharan independence.
Eid Al-Adha 2015: NYC Muslim Students Celebrate Victory As Public Schools Observe Religious Holiday For The First Time
On Thursday, New York City public schools will close to mark Eid al-Adha -- and many Muslim families are hailing the decision.
Thousands are heading to Europe in search of a better, safer life. Some are pretending to be Syrian to improve their chances of staying.
A security official in the western town of Zuwara, from where the overcrowded boat had set off, said there were around 400 people on board.
South Korean government and corporate officials are visiting Iran this week to hunt out possible deals in the oil, gas and construction industries since an agreement was reached to lift sanctions on Tehran.
Targeted killings and widespread neglect of an ethnic group in the African country is fueling a violent movement that could spread across the region.
Yousef Al-Qaradawi said that he had previously endorsed the use of suicide bombers only by those living under Israeli occupation.
The entire Su-24 fleet was grounded after one of the aircraft crashed in far eastern Russia, killing both pilots.
Ansar al Dine, one of the most notorious extremist groups in Mali, has attacked towns bordering Mauritania and Ivory Coast.
"We quickly put them on trial to avoid bloodshed because people were very angry and trying to take law into their hands," a religious-police representative says.
Russian Yak-130 Training Jet Being Lined Up For Sale As Fighter-Bomber To Foreign Customers, Including Syria
The Yak-130 training jet could be turned into a fighter bomber, for clients that may include the Syrian regime.
Answering concerns about conflicts of interest, Bill Clinton also said the Foundation has done nothing "objectionable."
Despite an American-led air campaign to eradicate ISIS, the extremist group is now operational in 10 countries — and its brand of unparalleled brutality is expanding rapidly.
U.N. agencies in Israel and the Palestinian territories reported an alarming number of child victims in last year's war in the Gaza Strip but were split on whether Israel should be put on a list of violators of children's rights.
Jihadist groups in North Africa need millions to finance their activities, so they have moved on from kidnapping to something much more lucrative: drug trafficking.
Algerian troops ambushed and killed at least 22 militants allied to Islamic State as they held a meeting east of the capital on Tuesday in one of country's largest military operations in recent years, the defense ministry and a security source said.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is increasingly focusing on the expansion of military, but his policies have been controversial among the public.