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The Daily Star
Morocco police beat up Sahrawi protesters: Witnesses
RABAT: Moroccan police violently suppressed a peaceful protest in the Western Sahara against a planned EU fishing accord with Rabat that covers the disputed territory's waters, witnesses said Monday.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
Madiba and the Middle East: Nelson Mandela's lasting legacy in Arabia
Image 1 of 8: Algeria: In his autobiography "The Long Walk to Freedom," Mandela said that the Algerian revolution closely resembled South Africa's.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Morocco: Tens of B.A. and M.A. teachers beaten and injured during their peaceful protest
Tens of teachers have been taunted, beaten and severely injured by the Moroccan forces in Rabat today for taking to the street, to ask for what they called their "basic right," which is getting promoted with their B.A. and M.A.The protesting teachers marched along Rabat's main streets to speak out against "the irresponsibility and apathy of the ... (more)
When teachers have no value in Morocco
Anyone keeping track of what has recently happened to the protesting teachers in Rabat must have come to the conclusion that teachers have no value in Morocco.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Arbitrary Detention: UN expert group visit to Morocco
The United Nations Working Group on Arbitrary Detention will undertake its first official visit to Morocco* to assess the situation of deprivation of liberty in the country.
Morocco 'kiss' teens acquitted with reprimand
Zimbabwean former PM Morgan Tsvangirai has urged Africa to uphold former president Nelson Mandela's legacy, adding that the continent should continue to "produce more Mandelas".
Emirates News Agency
Moroccan press hail UAE success story
WAM RABAT, 6th December 2013 -- Moroccan media today hailed the success and excellence of the experience of the UAE Federation as a unique Arab success story.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
7 Unfinished Landmarks Around The World
Monuments and landmarks take a lot of hard work to complete. And unfortunately sometimes there's just not enough money or manpower to finish the project.
Islamists under fire over women abuse bill
Former Namibian president Sam Nujoma has said that Africa must be prepared to defend the African continent from Western "imperialists" - this after reports of a Zimbabwe invasion plot by UK.
First Sahara Energy Invited to Finalize Agreement for Oil and Gas License in Morocco
First Sahara Energy Inc. announced today that it has been invited to a meeting by ONHYM, Morocco's Ministry of Energy & Mines, to finalize a contract for an oil and gas Reconnaissance License on an expansive property called the Beni Znassen Block.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
The Daily Star
Moroccan party holds hearing for legalizing marijuana crops
A picture taken on May 23, 2013 shoes a general view of a field of cannabis plants, known locally as "kif" in Issaguen, in the traditionally rebellious northern region of Morocco.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
TAQA's Moroccan unit to launch IPO on Dec.10
RABAT: Moroccan power firm Jorf Lasfar Energy Co , which is owned by Abu Dhabi National Energy Co, has got the go-ahead from Moroccan market watchdog CDVM for a share sale next week to raise 1.5 billion dirhams or $176 million, the company said on Tuesday.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
The Daily Star
Morocco MPs to study benefits of looser cannabis laws
File - A worker harvests cannabis plants at a field in Bouday, Wednesday, July 31, 2013.
Morocco Berbers struggle to be heard
Rabat - Morocco's indigenous Berber people, descendants of North Africa's pre-Arab inhabitants, are struggling to make their voices heard despite their ancient Amazigh-language winning official recognition in 2011 after decades of campaigning.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Christian Science Monitor
For African refugees in Morocco, a perilous path to asylum
On the main drag in Oujda, a border city that most Moroccans have never visited, a neon sign hanging from a balcony reads "Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas."
Wed Nov 27, 2013
The Daily Star
Algeria corners Morocco on human rights
The United Nations Mission in Western Sahara is halfway through its extended mandate, which stands to be renewed again in U.N. Security Council discussions in April 2014.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Morocco: Empowering Local Communities
For over 200 years, theU.S. has experienced the benefits of decentralized government.
Sat Nov 23, 2013
Obama praises leadership of Moroccan king
Lesotho, currently experiencing severe food shortages, is reportedly set to receive the first consignment of maize from SA, which has responded with a R180m donation to the country's appeal for aid.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
The White House
Fact Sheet: U.S.-Morocco Strong and Enduring Commitment
Morocco is one of our closest counterterrorism partners in the Middle East and North Africa region and one of the most active members of the Global Counterterrorism Forum .