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Arab League calls for an immediate ceasefire in Libya

Arab Foreign Ministers have expressed total opposition to all forms of interference in Libya and to all plans to divide the country, calling for the disbanding of militias and the withdrawal of mercenaries from Libyan territory in order to make a ceasefire viable. The Arab League Foreign Ministers, who held an emergency meeting Tuesday at […]

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Morocco: Operation Marhaba 2020 for expatriates cancelled

“Operation Marhaba 2020”, the summer transit operation of Moroccans living in Europe, organized annually to facilitate the crossing of expatriates between the host countries and their homeland, will not take place this year. The announcement was made Monday by Moroccan foreign minister at the Parliament. This annual transit operation will not take place because it […]

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China rejects Polisario’s participation in Africa summit

China has reduced the Polisario to its real status that of a separatist militia lacking all the attributes of a state and hence ineligible to attend the anti-covid China-Africa summit. China’s steady stand in support of Morocco’s territorial integrity was another slap to South Africa which has lobbied in vain with Chinese officials to include […]

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King Mohammed VI of Morocco had successful heart surgery

King Mohammed VI of Morocco underwent another heart operation at the Rabat Palace Clinic, which was a complete success, according to information from his medical team. The King underwent the surgery on June 14 at the clinic of the Royal Palace in Rabat after he presented a recurrence of a heart rhythm disorder, atrial flutter, […]

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Royal decision to dispatch medical aid to African countries, a token of Morocco’s unwavering solidarity

Morocco, at the instructions of King Mohammed VI, has dispatched medical aid to 15 African countries to help them in their efforts to deal with the covid-19 pandemic. The initiative was hailed by the 15 beneficiary countries and by other diplomats and analysts as a token of Morocco’s unwavering solidarity with the continent, especially after […]

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Ethiopia: Tigray People’s Liberation Front continues to challenge Abiy Ahmed’s government

The problem of the expiry of the mandate of the deputies on October 10, the possibility to extend this mandate and the maintenance of the current leadership during the possible transition, because of COVId-19 pandemic is now in the hands of the upper house of Parliament and a council of constitutional petitions in Ethopia. their […]

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Sahara: Morocco’s Autonomy Plan, the Only Solution to this Regional Conflict (Zambian Official)

The autonomy plan offered by Morocco for a lasting resolution to the Sahara issue is the only workable solution to this regional conflict, said Mrs. Grace Njapau, Zambia’s former Home Affairs Deputy minister. In an address made on the occasion of Africa’s World Day, Mrs. Njapau, who is a MP, said the Moroccan plan is […]

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Algeria recalls envoy to France in protest to two broadcasts on democratic revolution

Algeria Wednesday recalled its ambassador to France for consultations in reaction to the broadcast of two documentary films on the democratic revolution, also known as Hirak, on public TV channels that it deems attack on its people and institutions. The Algerian foreign ministry in a statement said the broadcast of the clips on France 5 […]

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Morocco repatriates nationals from Melilla and Ceuta

Morocco has started to repatriate hundreds of its nationals who were stuck in the Spanish-occupied enclaves of Ceuta and Melilla. The Moroccan citizens will be quarantined in the resort of Saidia to make sure they are coronavirus-free, Moroccan media reported. The move is seen as the beginning of the repatriation of over 27,000 Moroccans stranded […]

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King commends army for active role in fighting Covid

Morocco’s King Mohammed VI, supreme commander of the royal armed forces, commended the role played by the army in containing the coronavirus outbreak and their peacekeeping efforts in Africa. In an Order of the Day marking the Royal Armed Forces 64th anniversary, the monarch expressed pride at the army’s “ permanent readiness to respond to […]

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