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Morrocan star Saad Lamjarred dedicates a video to his fans

Tuesday, 18 April 2017

Following his release from prison in France last week under electronic surveillance, Morrocan popstar Saad Lamjarred has been reaching out to his fans. Through a post on the star’s official Facebook page, the star dedicated a YouTube video to his loyal fans, particularly those who, according to the star, have supported him from the very beginning of his problems. He was arrested on charges of raping a French girl in Paris four months ago. The video shows Saad Lamjarred and his family ...

Fault or human error downed Moroccan jet: Coalition

Tuesday, 12 May 2015

Wreckage of the plane had been located in the Houthi-controlled Saada area of northern Yemen

Morocco launches anti-migrant sweep near Spain enclave

Tuesday, 10 February 2015

The Spanish government said more than 600 African migrants charged the fence separating Melilla from Morocco

Concern as Morocco blocks human rights groups

Friday, 7 November 2014

Moroccan authorities have blocked meetings and gatherings of some of the more critical rights groups in the country

English football giant Arsenal tracking Moroccan prodigy Monir el Haddadi

Saturday, 18 January 2014

The Gunners are looking to add the teen striker, who is seen as the ‘next Cesc Fabregas’, to their squad

Turkish Airlines plane makes an emergency landing in Morocco

Sunday, 12 January 2014

Turkish media said an unclaimed tablet computer had been found in the passenger cabin, sparking the bomb threat procedures

Fans to pay tribute to Mandela in FIFA competition in Morocco

Wednesday, 11 December 2013

The tribute will be before kickoff at all eight Club World Cup matches in Morocco

Rabat envoy to resume Algiers work after Sahara spat

Sunday, 3 November 2013

Morocco’s ambassador to Algiers is to resume work on Monday, after having been recalled in a spat over disputed Western Sahara, a senior Moroccan official said. “The ambassador has arrived in Algeria and he will resume his duties tomorrow (Monday),” the official told AFP on Sunday, asking not to be named. He stressed the envoy had only been recalled for consultations and not withdrawn. Morocco “will always take measures against those who try to touch its territorial ...

Moroccans protest against government and cost of living

Sunday, 22 September 2013

Up to 5,000 people protested in the Moroccan capital Sunday against the Islamist government and the high cost of living after price rises of staple goods, an AFP journalist said. The peaceful demonstration came as local press also reported a threatened 72-hour general strike in the transport sector from Monday. Sunday’s demonstration took place after a call by the UGTM trade union which is close to the nationalist Istiqlal party. Istiqlal in May announced its intention to quit the ...

Morocco keeps website editor in jail over Qaeda video

Saturday, 21 September 2013

Moroccan authorities have decided to prolong by four days the detention of a news website editor arrested for posting an al-Qaeda video, his lawyer said on Saturday. “Ali Anouzla’s detention has been extended by four days by the prosecutor,” Naima Guellaf told AFP. Anouzla, the director of the Arabic language version of the Lakome website, was arrested at his office in Rabat on Tuesday, where police also seized computer equipment, journalists working at the website said. His ...

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