Morocco - : Africa and Maghreb's news - The panafrican daily newspaper, Africa's portal offers a daily online newspaper with information on what is going on in the world, culture, economics, sport, societies of 56 african countries. en : Africa news, Maghreb news - The african daily newspaper Could Africa Host The 2030 World Cup? Thu, 18 Oct 2018 17:30:46 +0200 Economic Prowess Dominates Diplomatic Precision: An Overview of King Mohammed VI's Tour of Africa South of the Sahara Fri, 14 Mar 2014 19:14:30 +0100 Nabil Ouchagour African integration and a new president for Mali: a tale of two necessary transitions Tue, 01 Oct 2013 17:44:34 +0200 Saïd Ibrahimi The Democrat Wed, 04 Sep 2013 18:27:15 +0200 Nabil Ouchagour Why we can hope for no more pedophiles in Morocco Fri, 16 Aug 2013 21:36:12 +0200 EDITORIAL Nabil Ouchagour Morocco and Spain strengthening their relations Thu, 04 Oct 2012 17:06:59 +0200 Ojong Debra Morocco: Bombardier Aerospace implanted in Nouaceur Wed, 19 Sep 2012 16:43:14 +0200 The president of Bombardier Aerospace Guy Hachey was received Tuesday by King Mohammed VI in Rabat palace. The Canadian group in Morocco announced imminent start of construction work of buildings of Bombardier in Nouaceur. Morocco's constitutional reform process begins Wed, 30 Mar 2011 16:59:24 +0200 Morocco's Minister of Foreign Affairs, Taib Fassi Fihri, Monday night in Paris, highlighted a range of constitutional reforms initiated by King Mohammed VI as a wave of pro-democracy demonstrations continue to rock North Africa and the Arab world. Fouâd Harit Social media and cyber-activism in North Africa's revolution Thu, 24 Mar 2011 15:55:06 +0100 As hundreds of thousands of Egyptians in Cairo's Tahrir Square celebrated the resignation of President Hosni Mubarak on 11 February, some held up mobile phones to snap photos of the crowd, others sent Twitter messages to their friends and a few wielded signs proclaiming, “Thank you, Facebook.” Ernest Harsch Morocco: A King's revolution Thu, 10 Mar 2011 14:10:07 +0100 Though Libyans are yet to achieve a democratic revolution, the wave of pro-democracy ideologies blowing across the Arab world has forced Morocco to revise its constitution for the first time in 15 years, aiming to strengthen democracy. Morocco has so far avoided the unrelenting unrest that brought down regimes in fellow North African countries Tunisia and Egypt. Konye Obaji Ori When revolution rocks North Africa and the Middle East Sat, 05 Feb 2011 11:55:04 +0100 The wave of revolt currently rocking the foundations of the Afro-Arab world is unstoppable. Algeria, Morocco, Sudan, Mauritania ... Encouraged by the Tunisian people's revolution as well as the massive revolt underway in Egypt, Afro-Arab youths are calling for change. Some governments have recently stepped up efforts to calm tensions while committing themselves to greater openness. But is this enough? Djamel Belayachi A domino effect in the Arab world after Tunisia? Wed, 26 Jan 2011 15:02:55 +0100 The Tunisian revolt has created high hopes in the Arab world, which has long since been weaned from freedom and democracy. Will Arab countries experience a domino effect as a result of the demise of the Zine El Abidine Ben Ali regime? In his opinion editorial, Errachid Majidi, a researcher at Paul Cézanne University in France, delves deeper into the specificities of the Tunisian revolt and explains why such a revolution is not likely to spread to other Arab countries in the near future. Errachid Majidi Christmas jingle bells ring loud in Islamic North Africa Mon, 03 Jan 2011 16:54:41 +0100 Santa has paved his merry way into the heart and soul of Northern Africa, a Muslim-majority region. Decorated Christmas trees, mistletoes and artificial snow have invaded large portions of Casablanca, Tunis and Algiers in recent years. Djamel Belayachi NAPEO: A new North African and U.S. partnership Fri, 17 Dec 2010 11:59:58 +0100 After meeting with government officials and entrepreneurs throughout North Africa, U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for Economic, Energy and Business Affairs Jose Fernandez, says that links between U.S. and North African entrepreneurs and investors are already forming based on recognition of the many business opportunities in Algeria, Tunisia, Libya and Morocco. Lindsey Oechsle Morocco: Heavy rains disrupt transport, leave many dead Thu, 02 Dec 2010 17:09:33 +0100 At least 34 people have been killed and many left wounded and homeless in Morocco after the Northern African country was hit by heavy rains and floods this week. The Moroccan transport sector is so far the hardest hit. Kaci Racelma