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Morocco Supports Social, Economic Projects in Côte d’Ivoire

Morocco and Côte d’Ivoire are bound by an enduring alliance underpinned by south-south cooperation and a co-development approach. The visit paid by King Mohammed VI to Abidjan, which started on Sunday, is reflective of the keen interest attached by the two leaders to overseeing the social and economic development projects launched in Côte d’Ivoire with […]

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Morocco’s King to attend 5th EU-Africa Summit

King Mohammed VI of Morocco, who is expected in Côte d’Ivoire this Sunday (November 26), will participate in the fifth African Union-European Union summit scheduled to be held in Abidjan November 29-30. The announcement came in a statement released Sunday by the Royal Household, Protocol and Chancellery. The Monarch’s participation in the summit will be […]

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Mauritius tops 2017 Mo Ibrahim Index of African Governance

Mauritius remains the top ranking country in overall governance in Africa, Mo Ibrahim Index of African Governance (IIAG) revealed this week. According to latest governance index published by the Mo Ibrahim Foundation, the Indian Ocean Island tops the list as the best governed African nation, for the fifth successive year. From a total of 53 […]

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Morocco: At least 15 killed in stampede

At least 15 people died Sunday near the Atlantic city of Essaouira, and 20 were injured during a distribution food aid operation. The dead, all of them women, were among about 1,000 people who turned out at a local market to receive food aid from a benefactor. The stampede occurred when an iron barrier fell […]

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Morocco, USA launch global initiative to address homegrown terrorism

Morocco, USA launch global initiative to address homegrown terrorism

Morocco and the United states have officially launched this week a global initiative to address homegrown terrorism. The initiative was launched at an event Held in Valletta, Malta, under the auspices of the Global Counterterrorism Forum and in partnership with the International Institute for Justice and the Rule of Law. The event brough together over […]

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Moroccan Economy Offers Platform for French Companies Willing to Invest in Africa- French PM

French Prime Minister Edouard Philipe said that the Moroccan economy offers a platform for French companies willing to invest in Africa notably in fields relating to services, finance and trade. Philipe, who was speaking at the Moroccan-French Business Forum, which he co-chaired along with Head of the Government Saad Eddine El Othmani, highlighted the importance […]

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Chairwoman of Environment Protection Foundation Represents Morocco’s King at COP23

King Mohammed VI of Morocco, who is currently undertaking a Gulf tour, has dispatched his youngest sister Princess Lalla Hasna to represent him at the high-level segment of the 23rd Conference of the Parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP23), held Wednesday in Bonn. The King, who made of environment protection one […]

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Gulf crisis: A fabricated picture seeks to cast doubt on Morocco’s neutrality

As King Mohammed VI of Morocco is undertaking a Gulf tour seen by many observers as bearing a mediation potential to defuse the tension that has been brewing between Qatar and its neighbors since last June, an odd image has been widely circulated on social networks. The image shows the Moroccan Monarch holding a sling […]

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Morocco’s King, Qatar’s Emir, Discuss regional & international topics of shared interest

King Mohammed VI of Morocco and Qatar’s ruler Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani held private talks Sunday in Doha, shortly after the arrival of the Moroccan king in the Qatari capital on an official visit. The two leaders discussed “regional and international topics of shared interest,” reported the Moroccan news agency MAP, without disclosing […]

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Blackmail against Morocco: French Highest Court Rejects Plea to Annul Recordings, No appeal possible

The Highest Court in France, the Court of Cassation, rejected on Friday an appeal to annul audio recordings implicating two French journalists, Eric Laurent and Catherine Graciet, who are being prosecuted for attempted extortion and blackmail against Morocco. The Cassation Court has acknowledged in a ruling that cannot be appealed the validity of two recordings, […]

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