May 5, 2012
North Africa's Berbers get boost from Arab Spring
One of Said Lakenizaa's two remaining cows fell sick and died last year as he led it down the steep dirt track from his village in Morocco's Atlas mountains to the rest of the world.
Moroccan rights group seeks actions after reform
Constitutional reform crafted by Morocco's king protects human rights better but won't amount to much unless the state apologises for past abuses and holds to account those responsible, a top rights group said.
New twist in battle for sisters
A DEAL to return missing sisters Carene and Shelby Crofts to Britain has fallen through, police say.
Abduction 'turning gran into a wreck'
FRIENDS of a Blackpool woman whose grandchildren were abducted and taken to Morocco say she is an emotional wreck.