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Sahara: UN Secretary General Refers to Principles Set by Morocco in Report to General Assembly

The United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres has recalled in his annual report on the Sahara issue to the 73rd session of the UN General Assembly the terms of reference set by Morocco and quoted large extracts from the Speech delivered by King Mohammed VI on November 6, 2017. The Secretary-General indicated in this regard […]

Morocco’s King sketches roadmap to address youths’ unemployment

King Mohammed VI of Morocco has outlined a six-pillar roadmap to remedy the shortcomings of the educational system and training programs that leave graduates on the dole while businesses are having difficulty finding the skilled resources they need. “We cannot let our education system continue to produce unemployed people, especially in certain branches of study, […]

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AU: Women rise up against Algerian Chairman of Peace and Security Council

Women working at the African Union’s Peace and Security Council, headed by Algerian Smaïl Chergui, have started criticizing him for a series of discriminatory practices, prompting the Pan-African organization to launch an investigation on the accusations. Smail Chergui, the powerful commissioner of the Peace and Security Council, is under investigation for sexism and other discriminatory […]

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Morocco’s King outlines a roadmap to improve social protection

King Mohammed VI has outlined a roadmap for an in-depth, thorough restructuring of national social welfare programs and policies, and called on the Government and all the stakeholders concerned to engage in the endeavor. This came in the speech the king addressed to the nation Sunday on the occasion of Throne Day, celebrating this year […]

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Sahara: EU Court inflicts new setback on Polisario

Morocco and the European Union initialed in Rabat on Tuesday, July 24, a new 4-year fisheries agreement under which European trawlers will operate all along the Moroccan Atlantic coast, from Cap Spartel in the North to Cap Blanc in the far South of the Sahara, much to the discontent of the Polisario and its mentor, […]

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Security Council imposes arms embargo on South Sudan

The Security Council on Friday narrowly passed a measure aimed at stopping the flow of weapons to armed groups in South Sudan, with those Members in favor saying it would protect civilians, while abstainers voiced concerns that it would undermine the ongoing peace process in the world’s youngest country. Adopting a resolution by a vote […]

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World Cup 2030: ‘Algeria-Morocco-Tunisia eager to joint bid’, Algiers

Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia could team up for a bid to host 2030 FIFA world cup, Algerian sport minister stated on Sunday. “Recent news about possibility that Algeria, Tunisia and Morocco submit a joint bid for the 2030 World Cup finals are correct,” Mohammed Hattab was quoted as saying by the media. The three countries […]

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2026 World Cup: Saudi Stand, an Arab & Islamic Betrayal

Saudi Arabia’s outright mobilization for the joint bid by the USA, Canada and Mexico to host the 2026 world football cup raises in itself amazement and questions about the Saudi Kingdom’s stakes and goals. But when this mobilization aims to eliminate a country often described as “brotherly”, “ally” and “strategic partner”, the only name for […]

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Morocco, Nigeria partner to set up a South- South cooperation model

King Mohammed VI of Morocco and President Muhammadu Buhari of Nigeria have both expressed their satisfaction at the progress scored by their cooperation in various areas, such as agriculture, fertilizer production, energy infrastructure and mining and voiced resolve to bank on this cooperation to set up a South- South cooperation model. This came in the […]

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The Rabat-Abuja axis, an enhanced partnership for a new Africa

President Muhammadu Buhari of Nigeria is expected in Rabat Sunday for a two-day friendship and working visit to Morocco at the invitation of King Mohammed VI. The two leaders will hold official talks and will co-chair the signing ceremony of several agreements, the ministry of the Royal Household, Protocol and Chancellery said in a statement. […]

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