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Morocco: Protest Leader Alleges Police Beat Him
[HRW] Tunis -Police arrested and severely beat the de facto leader of ongoing social protests in Morocco's Rif region, Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International said today, based on an account the...
[AllAfrica] 22/06/2017
West Africa: Calls for Nigerian Govt to Resist Morocco's Move to Join ECOWAS
[Guardian] Abuja -The Association of Retired Career Ambassadors of Nigeria (ARCAN) yesterday called on the Nigerian government to resist any attempt by other member countries of Economic Community of...
[AllAfrica] 14/06/2017
Morocco: Thousands Rally Across Rif for Eighth Night
[Al Jazeera] Thousands of people have taken the streets across Morocco's northern Rif region for an eighth night demanding the release of a prominent protest movement leader.
[AllAfrica] 03/06/2017
Western Sahara: Former German President to Be Named UN Envoy to Western Sahara
[Deutsche Welle] Former German president Horst Köhler will be appointed UN special envoy to Western Sahara. Talks between Morocco and Polisario Front have been stalled since 2012.
[AllAfrica] 03/06/2017
Rwanda Minister confirms Copenhagen Energy meet presence
African Ministries from Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Botswana, Burkina Faso, Ethiopia, Gabon, Madagascar, Morocco, Rwanda and Zimbabwe have confirmed to attend the Africa Energy Forum (AEF) to...
[East African Business Week] 01/06/2017
Morocco: Thousands Rally for Release of Protest Leader Zefzafi
[Al Jazeera] Several thousand people took to the streets of Morocco's northern Rif region to demand the release of the leader of a protest movement.
[AllAfrica] 01/06/2017
SAP trains unemployed graduates
Following an intense 9-week on-site training program held between the Mohammed VI Polytechnic University in Benguerir and the Rhamna Skills Center, supported by OCP Foundation in Morocco, the 2017...
[IT News Africa] 29/05/2017
Morocco: Sub-Saharan Africans Trade Europe for Morocco
[Deutsche Welle] Morocco is a transit country for many sub-Saharan Africans on their way to Europe. But some now prefer not to risk their lives crossing the Mediterranean Sea, opting instead for a new...
[AllAfrica] 24/05/2017