• Dead on derailment train Morocco

    Dead on derailment train Morocco

    bouknadel October 16, 2018 15:48 Hot Recent News

    A passenger train derailed to the north of the Moroccan capital, Rabat. Moroccan media reported that at least six people were killed and 72 injured. This is only a provisional balance according to the local authorities. Images of the drama show a lot of twisted steel and sometimes also turned trains.

  • Tens of thousands of demands release Rif activists

    Tens of thousands of demands release Rif activists

    rabat July 15, 2018 17:18 Hot Recent News

    Tens of thousands of Moroccans have taken to the streets of the capital Rabat on Sunday to demonstrate against the imprisonment of leaders of the protest movement in the Rif area. The demonstrators walked with photos of the arrested activists and waved flags through the streets of Rabat. They demanded immediate release from the prisoners.

  • Moroccan king releases ministers after protests

    rabat October 24, 2017 22:03 Hot Recent News

    The Moroccan king Mohammed VI fired several ministers and senior officials on Tuesday following the protests in the port city of Al Hoceima, which were protracted by the protracted policies. According to Marokko World News, among others, the government officials of Education, Health and Housing, who were also part of the former Cabinet of Prime Minister Benkirane, have been relieved of disfunctioning their positions.

  • Moroccan protester dies from injuries

    Moroccan protester dies from injuries

    rabat August 8, 2017 20:03 Hot Recent News

    A 22-year-old Moroccan died of injuries he sustained in protests in the north of his country. Imad El Attabi of the city of Al-Hoceima died in hospital on Tuesday, confirming the authorities and an involved lawyer. He is known to be the first protagonist to come alive since the beginning of the protests in October.

  • Grace for 1788 prisoners Morocco

    Grace for 1788 prisoners Morocco

    rabat July 30, 2017 11:48 Hot Recent News

    The Moroccan king Muhammad IV granted grace on 1788 to 1788. This includes people stuck after demonstrations in the city of Al-Hoceima, in the north of the country. It is customary that the king gives grace to prisoners at the annual throne party.

  • No pity for protest movement from Reef

    No pity for protest movement from Reef

    rabat June 25, 2017 07:54 Hot Recent News

    The Moroccan king Mohammed VI did not give grace to members of the protest movement from the northern Reef, the Hirak, who were imprisoned this weekend. Moroccan media reported that 562 prisoners will receive grace or punishment this year on the occasion of Eid al-Fitr, the end of the fasting month's party.

  • Macron surprised with visiting Morocco

    Macron surprised with visiting Morocco

    paris/rabat June 12, 2017 12:45 Hot Recent News

    French President Emmanuel Macron visits Wednesday and Thursday Morocco. The choice for the North African kingdom is somewhat surprising because French statesmen as a rule visit the so-called Maghreb countries Algeria. Macron's predecessors Sarkozy and Hollande first flew to Algiers.

  • Arrests after violence Reef area

    Arrests after violence Reef area

    rabat May 28, 2017 06:03 Hot Recent News

    After a violent confrontation between demonstrators and the police in the Moroccan city of Al-Hoceima in the Reef area, twenty people have been arrested in two days. That was announced by the Moroccan authorities on Saturday.

  • Le Pen 'winked' to Fillon

    Le Pen 'winked' to Fillon

    paris May 2, 2017 09:24 Hot Recent News

    Marine Le Pen delivered a speech of a speech of the conservative presidential candidate Fran├žois Fillon's word in a poll in a poll. Her opponents scorned the plagiarism on social media, but according to deputy party leader Florian Philippot, it was 'a wink' for Fillon, intended to 'launch a real debate' about the French identity.

  • Morocco 'comes home' in African Union

    Morocco 'comes home' in African Union

    addis ababa January 31, 2017 12:48 Hot Recent News

    The African Union Morocco Tuesday formally readmitted as a member for more than thirty years after Rabat withdrew from the precursor of the continental organization because of a disagreement over the status of Western Sahara.

  • Morocco rolls gang terrorists

    Morocco rolls gang terrorists

    rabat/al January 27, 2017 13:27 Hot Recent News

    Moroccan police on Friday rolled up a network of terrorists that will include conspired with bomgordels attacks. Moroccan media reported that have been arrested in the morning seven suspects in raids in five places.

  • Morocco bans burqa trade

    Morocco bans burqa trade

    rabat January 10, 2017 14:18 Hot Recent News

    Many entrepreneurs and companies in the clothing sector in Morocco have received a letter stating that they have 48 hours time to get rid of their stock burqa. Production and sales of burqas will be restricted according to new guidelines from the Ministry of Interior.

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