PJD endorsed the king's choice for el-Othmani, but suggested it won't soften approach to talks with potential partners.
by Souhail Karam
by Hashem Ahelbarra
Human Rights13 Mar 2017 11:26 GMT
Europe depends heavily on Morocco for cooperation on two most important concerns: Migration and counterterrorism.
Refugees12 Mar 2017 06:00 GMT
Border fence with razor wire is a formidable hurdle to overcome before refugees and migrants can enter Europe.
Africa08 Mar 2017 18:00 GMT
Moroccan police say a suspect has been arrested after member of Constitutional Union party is slain near his home.
Cinema25 Feb 2017 09:21 GMT
The Arab film selection at the 67th Berlinale was dominated by themes such as the Syrian War and the Palestinian cause.
Morocco22 Feb 2017 10:41 GMT
Not much has changed since the movement's inception six years ago, activists say.
Middle East13 Feb 2017 11:34 GMT
Morocco is better positioned than ever to protect its interests in Western Sahara after returning to the African Union.
Politics05 Feb 2017 19:22 GMT
Nasser Bourita says Rabat will never change stance that Western Sahara is an integral part of its territory.
Morocco03 Feb 2017 07:23 GMT
New $9bn solar plant has been praised for its great potential, but some locals say they are being left in the dark.
African Union31 Jan 2017 11:22 GMT
Morocco rejoins the AU after a 33-year absence, despite resistance from member states over the status of Western Sahara.
Women's Rights10 Jan 2017 18:31 GMT
News media say law due to take effect soon also prohibits import and marketing of garment in "all cities and towns".
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.
by Joseph Fahim
by Samir Bennis
by Naser Haghamed
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