The diplomatic row between Qatar and its Arab neighbors is gradually enveloping African Muslim-majority nations.
With no solution to issues that beset the delta's creeks and mangrove swamps, production from onshore and shallow-water oil fields looks vulnerable
Saudi king ends landmark Egypt visit with firm support to Sisi...and gets some islands, provoking Twitter storm
King Salman and Sisi signed multi-billion-dollar deals that included a plan to build a bridge over the Red Sea connecting Saudi Arabia and Egypt
The good news is that increased investment in clean energies is happening at a time when oil is dirt cheap
Jinat Farid was found guilty of killing Ghalia Eida al-Harithi by striking her repeatedly as she knelt to perform Muslim prayers, authorities said.
Saudi Arabia is set for a record-breaking IPO—it could be worth more than most, if not all, African economies
Saudi Arabian Oil Co, or Aramco, the world’s largest oil producer, said Friday it’s considering a share sale. The numbers around it are mind-boggling.
Sudan, Somalia and Djibouti cut ties with Iran, and Tehran laughs; why Africa needs to watch Saudi-Iran spat closely
Djibouti's strategic importance shouldn't be understated, and a risk of resurgence of Somali piracy could throw the whole area into turmoil
The highest death toll from Africa is Morocco, followed by Egypt. Mali and Cameroon also each reported 20 dead.
Sudan, Egypt and Morocco in Saudi Arabia-led military campaign to beat back Shiite Houthi rebels in Yemen.
The price of Brent crude has dropped 30% since June, and African exporters are feeling the heat - Nigeria has just announced a currency devaluation