Société Générale has raised its Brent crude forecast for the full year by $4.33 to $59.54 a barrel.
US central bank monetary policy statement, due out on 29 April, will be the biggest driver for gold prices next week.
World Malaria day is observed on 25 April annually by the World Health Organization.
World Malaria Day is observed on 25 April to raise awareness of prevention and treatment of malaria.
A look back at the headlines that dominated the week's global and domestic news agenda.
An IBTimes UK investigation looks at the complex organised crime behind illegal immigration.
Miliband lays blame for current Mediterranean migrants crisis as door of Cameron's Libya inaction.
It is estimated that more than 2,000 of the 7,000 world's official languages have only 1,000 speakers or fewer.
'Getting on a boat is the only option I have,' Nael Goitom who fled IS captivity says.
Luke Alphey created a technology that promotes sustainable control of disease-carrying mosquitoes.
It is believed the Sambisa forest is where the insurgents keep some 219 girls kidnapped last April.
EU leaders agree to deploy more vessels, helicopters and resources as part of stepped up border protection measures.
The migrants 'so desperate to get to Europe that they would buy their own dinghies and cross the seas alone'.
Moore wins the world's biggest photography competition for his hard-hitting series on Ebola in Liberia.
Nigerian rights group blames 'hate speech' for a wave of violence against immigrants in South Africa.