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'

Middle East

Riot police fill Moroccan city amid protest call

Organisers hope for huge turnout, but police take position in coastal city ahead of march against government neglect.

Al-Hoceima: Riot police fill city ahead of banned rally

Western Sahara

Morocco sentences 23 over W Sahara police killings

Court sentences 23 civilians for 2010 Western Sahara clashes in retrial boycotted by defendants over fairness concerns

Sahrawis sentenced to jail over Western Sahara killings

Middle East

Morocco's al-Hoceima gears up for 'million-man march'

The steadily growing popular movement in Morocco's northern Rif region is planning a massive rally for Thursday.

Morocco's al-Hoceima gears up for 'million-man march'

Al Jazeera Selects

Girls: Pushing Boundaries in India, Mozambique, Morocco

How a Moroccan surfer, rape survivors in India and a student activist in Mozambique are fighting for women's rights.

Al Jazeera Selects

Making Waves: Morocco's Surfer Girl

Teenager Oumaima Erhali is breaking stereotypes on what it means to be a Muslim female surfer.

Making Waves: Morocco's Surfer Girl

Morocco

Moroccan women vow to continue protests

Female activists in Casablanca and Rabat have added their voices to a chorus of anti-government demonstrations.

Moroccan women vow to continue protests

Morocco

Morocco's evolution from the 'years of lead' to today

Author Mahi Binebine speaks with Al Jazeera about how his new book helped him reconcile with his father's courtier past.

Morocco's evolution from the 'years of lead' to today

Media

Talk shows, Islamist women and post-Arab Spring media

Scholars have analysed the media landscapes of Turkey, Tunisia and Morocco – three countries in political transition.

Talk shows, Islamist women and post-Arab Spring media

Opinion

Why Morocco chose to be neutral on the Gulf crisis

Morocco's decision to stay neutral in the GCC crisis shows its political savoir-faire and independent foreign policy.

Samir Bennis

by Samir Bennis

Samir Bennis

Ramadan 2017

Discovering the spirit of Ramadan in Morocco

From iftar meals out of trunks to tea with Bedouins, the hospitality that embodies Ramadan is evident almost everywhere.

Discovering the spirit of Ramadan in Morocco

Middle East

Gulf dispute tops agenda of France-Morocco talks

President Macron visits Rabat to discuss Qatar among other issues with King Mohammed VI.

Gulf dispute tops agenda of France-Morocco talks

Middle East

Morocco supports Kuwait mediation in Gulf crisis

Emir of Kuwait received Moroccan foreign minister who delivered a message from King Mohamed, hailing Kuwaiti efforts.

Morocco supports Kuwait mediation in Gulf crisis

GCC

Morocco offers to mediate Qatar-GCC crisis

Morocco, a close ally of the Gulf countries, says it will remain neutral and offers to facilitate dialogue.

Morocco offers to mediate Qatar-GCC crisis