Berbers

Berbers welcome Amazigh New Year

Amazigh activists are calling on the Moroccan government to declare the Berber New Year a national holiday.

Berbers welcome Amazigh New Year

Opinion

The Saudi art charade

Regime sponsorship of the arts could hurt artistic freedom of expression.

Mark LeVine

by Mark LeVine

Mark LeVine

Morocco

15 Moroccan women killed in food aid stampede

At least 15 women killed in a stampede in west Morocco while gathering to receive food aid.

Morocco: Fifteen women killed in food aid stampede

Cinema

The rise and fall of Moroccan cinema

With just a couple of dozen movie theatres still in operation, the country's cinema culture has all but disappeared.

The rise and fall of Moroccan cinema

Opinion

The king's dilemma in Morocco

The king's desire to control the elected government while appearing above politics is at the root of Morocco's problems.

Mohamed Daadaoui

by Mohamed Daadaoui

Mohamed Daadaoui

Morocco

One dead, two hurt in rare shooting in Marrakech

Moroccan authorities search for suspects after deadly confrontation in popular tourist area.

One dead, two hurt in rare shooting in Marrakech

Morocco

Moroccan king fires ministers over development delays

King Mohammed sacked four ministers along with other officials over 'imbalances' in development plan

Moroccan king fires ministers over development delays

Middle East

Morocco recalls envoy over Algeria FM's cannabis claims

Morocco's foreign ministry calls Abdelkader Messahel's remarks 'very serious' and 'false'.

Morocco recalls envoy over Algeria FM's drug accusation

Al Jazeera World

Horses of Misfortune

The story of two Moroccan men and how their obsession with betting on horses split their families apart.

Middle East

Morocco's Rif activists 'fighting for our nation'

Singer and activist Salima Ziani speaks with Al Jazeera about the prospects for her country's future.

Morocco's Rif activists 'fighting for our nation'

Middle East

Moroccan king pardons more than 1,000 protesters

The monarch pardoned 1,178 detainees, including a number who had joined protests in the troubled northern Rif region.

Moroccan king pardons more than 1,000 protesters

Morocco

Social unrest boils over in Morocco's al-Hoceima

The protest movement, known as Hirak, focuses on a lack of infrastructure, hospitals, schools and job opportunities.

Social unrest boils over in Morocco's al-Hoceima

Morocco

#AlHoceima: Demanding dignity for Morocco's Rif region

With protests continuing for almost a year, how can the stand-off be resolved?

#AlHoceima: Demanding dignity for Morocco's Rif region

Middle East

Scores injured in Morocco protests

At least 72 security personnel and 12 protesters hurt during unrest in the northern port city of Al Hoceima.

Middle East

Riot police fill Moroccan city amid protest call

Riot police in al-Hoceima fire tear gas to scatter hundreds of protesters who defied a ban to march against 'injustice'.

Police use tear gas to halt Morocco 'million-man march'