US government data revealed that supplies fell last week, owing to a temporary fall in Alaskan output.
Gold and the greenback to react to a raft of US data through the holiday-shortened week, including revised US GDP data.
National park in Tanzania is changing fast under various pressures.
The International Day to End Obstetric Fistula is observed on 23 May by the United Nations.
National Geographic documentary to show 3,000-year-old pyramids, temples and burial sites.
Belgium, Burundi's former colonial ruler and single largest bilateral aid donor, sides with demonstrators.
Moroccan who arrived in Italy on migrant boat in February is wanted by Tunisia for 18 March massacre
Belmokhtar appears to have pledged alliance to IS - and it's easy to see why.
Two dead in clashes between police and protesters as journalists and aid workers banned from scene
The leader of Sinai Province has also asked its members to 'destroy the homes of judges with explosives.'
It is impossible to overstate the importance of the readiness to speak out.
Corey Knowlton targeted an old rhino since they can no longer breed.
At 3.3 million, the earliest stone tools predate the previous oldest by 700,000 years.
IBTimes UK meets a young Burundian refugee whose life is on hold as he fights cholera and starvation
A deal could value Amoun at between $700m to $800m.