Category: Headlines

Ways to foster Moroccan-Spanish partnership, cooperation in security matters reviewed in Rabat

August 10, 2022

Ways to foster partnership and cooperation between Morocco and Spain in matters of security and the fight against transnational organized crime and terrorism were reviewed ... Read More

Morocco: Tangier Police foil international trafficking attempt of Rivotril psychotropic tablets

August 10, 2022

Police operating at the Tangier-Med port zone have foiled, Tuesday, an international trafficking attempt of 17,970 "Rivotril" psychotropic tablets, said a statement by the national ... Read More

Crack widens in Tunisia-US relations

August 10, 2022

The rift is growing between Tunisia and one of its main donors, the United States, as President Kais Saied continues his power grab leaning on ... Read More

DRC: Funding shortfall forces UNHCR to cut vital programs

August 10, 2022

UNHCR, the UN refugee agency, says it is unable to meet the growing humanitarian needs in the Democratic Republic of Congo because of a lack ... Read More

EgyptAir resumes flights to Tripoli after 7-year hiatus

August 10, 2022

A flight of Egypt’s national carrier EgyptAir landed Tuesday at Tripoli's Mitiga International Airport for the first time since 2014. The flights, according to the ... Read More

UN: Morocco seeks enduring peace & conflict prevention in Africa

August 10, 2022

Morocco is working, under the leadership of King Mohammed VI, to prevent conflicts in Africa, focusing on sustaining peace in all its diplomatic activities, said ... Read More

Saudi investment company in Egypt to acquire 25 per cent of fertilizer giant MOPCO

August 10, 2022

The recently launched Saudi-Egyptian Investment Company (SEIC) is set to acquire 25 per cent of stakes in Egyptian fertilizer giant Misr Fertilizers Production Company (MOPCO) ... Read More

Europe rushes to Africa for gas alternatives as dependence on Russian gas dims

August 10, 2022

Several European countries are increasingly turning to the African continent for gas supply as best alternative to the Russian gas as western countries look to ... Read More

In-fighting grips Polisario-run Tindouf camps as separatist leader flies for medical treatment

August 10, 2022

The Tindouf camps, where thousands are held against their will by the Algeria-backed polisario militias, have once again been the scene of violent infighting between ... Read More

Morocco, Mauritania mull fiber interconnection

August 10, 2022

Morocco and Mauritania are in talks to set up an internet cable interconnection building on the inroads of Moov Mauritel, a subsidiary of Morocco’s Maroc ... Read More