Tag: London

UK Report Warns Against Extreme-Right Lone-Actor Terrorists

March 1, 2016

Since 2000, 33 pc of lone actor terrorist acts committed in Europe have been motivated by extreme right-wing beliefs, says a new study published by ... Read More

Lalla Joumala, the Princess, the Ambassador

February 8, 2016

During the Council of Ministers chaired Saturday in the southern city of Laayoune, King Mohammed VI appointed some 40 new Ambassadors to several foreign capitals. ... Read More

Moroccan Benomar Hired as UN Secretary General Special Adviser

November 12, 2015

UN envoy to Yemen Jamal Benomar has been appointed by Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon as his Special Adviser, at the level of Under-Secretary-General. “Mr. Benomar is ... Read More

Morocco: Crime rate dropped by over 9% in 2015

November 4, 2015

The crime rate in Morocco has dropped by more than 9% over the first nine months of 2015 compared to the same period in 2014. ... Read More

UK-Egypt: London’s invitation to Sissi meets strong opposition

October 28, 2015

Lawmakers in the British opposition, scholars, journalists and activists have voiced their dismay at Downing Street’s invite to Egyptian President al-Sissi who is expected in ... Read More

Tunisia-UK Business Forum

October 17, 2015

London hosts this oct.20 a forum dedicated to British and Tunisian trade and investment. The event is opportunity for the Tunisian government officials to spell ... Read More

Israel-Palestine: Netanyahu ready for peace talks now

September 11, 2015

Visiting Israeli Prime Minister said in London Thursday he is ready to talk peace with the Palestinians at any moment and without pre-conditions. On a ... Read More

Libya: Western countries to intervene in Libya again

August 3, 2015

Some European countries are planning to restart military operations in Libya as soon as a Unity government is formed and sources have claimed that movements ... Read More

Libya: London court rules against Libya, millions to be paid in compensation

July 28, 2015

Libya has received its first setback in its legal battle with financial and managerial institutions after the High Court of England and Wales ordered the Libya ... Read More

Tunisia: Britain-based cleric alleged mastermind of Tunisian attack

July 7, 2015

Hani al-Sibai is allegedly the mastermind of the Tunisian beach attack that left 38 people dead. Known as an al-Qaeda cleric who has contributed to ... Read More