Category: Opinions

Moroccan Rabha El Haymar receives U.S. International Women of Courage Award

March 5, 2024

Moroccan Rabha El Haymar has been awarded US International Women of Courage Award 2024 for her successful efforts made to gain recognition of her traditional ... Read More

Qatar backs Morocco’s sovereignty over Sahara as Algeria’s kingmaker visits

March 4, 2024

As Algeria’s military ruler general Said Chengriha visits Doha, Qatari foreign minister was attending a Gulf Cooperation Council meeting that reiterated support for Morocco’s sovereignty ... Read More

Socialist International: Polisario and Algerian Regime Suffer Humiliating Setback

March 4, 2024

The Congress of the Socialist International (SI) held last week in Madrid has ignored the Polisario and invited the Sahrawi Movement for Peace (MSP), which ... Read More

GCC commends Moroccan King’s Atlantic African Initiative, welcomes Morocco’s reform projects

March 3, 2024

Secretary General of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), Jasem Mohamed Albudaiwi, commended the Atlantic African Initiative launched by King Mohammed VI for Sahel States. The ... Read More

US State Department magazine highlights long-standing, multifaceted partnership with Morocco, an exporter of peace in a challenging region

March 3, 2024

State Magazine, the U.S. State Department Magazine, has highlighted, in its March issue, the “enduring, multifaceted and long-standing” partnership between the United States and Morocco. ... Read More

Algeria doubles down on provoking Mali

February 29, 2024

With ties already at their worst, the civilian façade of the military regime in Algiers has doubled down on its provocative acts against Mali by ... Read More

Algeria: UK think-tank confirms possibility of postponing upcoming presidential election

February 29, 2024

A British think-tank has responded to the slanderous remarks made by Algeria’s news agency (APS) against Morocco’s institutions over the possibility of postponing the Dec.2024 ... Read More

From fake news to insults, the moral decadence of Algeria’s state media

February 29, 2024

All over the authoritarian world, state news agencies serve to reflect the mindset, policies, and official positions of their regimes. Algeria took that role of ... Read More

Algeria Army Chief ignites diplomatic row with Kinshasa following trip to Kigali

February 28, 2024

The Algerian regime is embroiled in a new diplomatic spat with Kinshasa, sparked by the warmonger army chief Saïd Chengriha following his provocative trip lately ... Read More

Spain prepares transferring Sahara airspace management to Morocco

February 27, 2024

Spain is mulling transferring the management of the airspace of the Sahara territory to Morocco, ending one of the last relics of Spanish colonial rule ... Read More