Morocco is better positioned than ever to protect its interests in Western Sahara after returning to the African Union.
by Samir Bennis
by Danielle Douglas
Migrants01 Jan 2017 19:34 GMT
Five Spanish policemen and 50 members of the Moroccan forces were injured, including one who lost an eye.
Refugees09 Dec 2016 17:22 GMT
More than 800 people rush border barrier from Morocco into North African enclave of Ceuta with half making it over.
Environment18 Nov 2016 17:14 GMT
By climate summit's end, dozens of vulnerable countries pledge to stop burning fossil fuels.
Morocco14 Nov 2016 09:53 GMT
Each hammam uses an average of one tonne of wood per day to heat the rooms and water.
Environment07 Nov 2016 11:19 GMT
The ultimate aim of COP 22 will be to build on the scaffolding put in place by Paris's climate talks in 2015.
Environment06 Nov 2016 21:54 GMT
Rabat urges nations that ratified Paris agreement to commit amid threat of Donald Trump winning US presidential vote.
Environment04 Nov 2016 09:13 GMT
A new coalition of climate groups has come together to tackle climate change in the Muslim world.
Morocco01 Nov 2016 14:37 GMT
Moroccans are demanding a thorough investigation over the death of fish vendor Mouhcine Fikri.
Morocco31 Oct 2016 18:53 GMT
Outraged students in the northern city of Al-Hoceima stage new protests, as the government promises a swift probe.
Weather26 Oct 2016 13:10 GMT
Eastern Atlantic storm system brings near-record heat to Algeria
Morocco23 Oct 2016 13:55 GMT
Turnout seen as reflection of dissastisfaction with governments' performance and politicians' disconnect from reality.
Middle East22 Oct 2016 07:45 GMT
Hundreds of people in the Bolingo camp are waiting for their chance to cross the Mediterranean Sea.
Education21 Oct 2016 13:32 GMT
The University of al-Qarawiyyin takes steps to preserve decaying medieval manuscripts.
Morocco15 Oct 2016 12:47 GMT
The decline of main socialist party prompts emergence of far-left groups offering fresh alternatives for October vote.
Politics14 Oct 2016 04:47 GMT
As long as politicians are not held accountable, many Moroccans will shy away from taking part in the political process.
by Samir Bennis
by Naser Haghamed
by Hisham Aidi
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