Business & Economy

The designer keeping embroidery tradition alive in Morocco

Fadila el Gadi has opened a school that teaches underprivileged children in Morocco the 'dying art' of embroidery.

The designer keeping embroidery tradition alive in Morocco

Western Sahara

UN envoy: 'Peaceful solution' to Western Sahara conflict possible

UN envoy Horst Koehler says he expects another round of talks to take place in the first quarter of 2019.

UN envoy: 'Peaceful solution' to Western Sahara conflict possible

Football

UEFA against Morocco being part of Spain-Portugal World Cup bid

Head of European football says he would not back Spain and Portugal if they were to bid alongside Morocco for 2030.

UEFA against Morocco being part of Spain-Portugal World Cup bid

Morocco

Raped, abused and harassed: Tale of female migrants in Morocco

A third of female migrants were abused on their way, research shows. The suffering doesn't end when they reach Morocco.

Raped, abused and harassed: Tale of female migrants in Morocco

Al Jazeera World

A New Lease of Life: Growing Old in the Arab World

Lebanese and Moroccans reflect on life after retirement, as they pursue their passions in art, music, and literature.

Refugees

The forest sheltering African migrants in Morocco

Just over 20km from Spain’s southern tip, the forest in Tangier acts as a last stop for those aiming to reach Europe.

The forest sheltering African migrants in Morocco

Opinion

Dissent in Morocco: From Abraham Serfaty to Nasser Zefzafi

Morocco's protest movements have changed over the past 60 years, but the regime's repressive ways have not.

Mohamed Daadaoui

by Mohamed Daadaoui

Mohamed Daadaoui

Human Rights

Q&A: Morocco is 'not afraid of having African migrants'

Morocco's treatment of African migrants, hoping to settle in the country or go to Spain, has been under the spotlight.

Q&A: Morocco's border chief hits back at criticism over migrants

Human Rights

Morocco: The 'path to Europe' for African migrants

Searching for jobs and a 'better life', African migrants brave the dangerous journey to Morocco hoping to reach Spain.

Morocco under the spotlight for treatment of African migrants

Morocco

'Africa's fastest train' steams ahead in Morocco

The $2.4bn project will halve the travel time between Tangier and Casablanca but has also drawn criticism.

'Africa's fastest train' steams ahead in Morocco

Morocco

Prominent Moroccan reporter sentenced to 12 years

Activists say Taoufik Bouachrine, an outspoken critic of the Moroccan government, is unjustly being targeted.

Morocco: Journalist sentenced to 12 years for sexual assault

Morocco

Morocco's king invites Algeria for 'frank, direct dialogue'

King Mohammed VI says Rabat is willing to consider initiatives brought forth by Algiers to break political stalemate.

Morocco's king invites Algeria for 'frank, direct dialogue'

Al Jazeera World

Abraham Serfaty: Morocco's Mandela

Moroccan dissident Abraham Serfaty was jailed, tortured and exiled for his radical views over decades.

Middle East

Morocco's teachers debate: Classical Arabic or local dialect

Educators in Morocco are asking what language is more important to be taught in schools.

Morocco

Why are Africans in Morocco praying to reach Europe?

The popular Morocco-Spain route comes with danger, as authorities carry out raids and the navy fires on migrant boats.

 Sub-Saharans in Tangier pray to be 'lucky ones' who reach Spain