Namibia Calls for Immediate Application of UN Resolutions On Western Sahara
[SPS] Windhoek (Namibia) -The Republic of Namibia, called for urgent implementation of the United Nations resolutions related to the Saharawi question that guarantee the right of the Sahrawi people to freedom and independence in the framework of the annual meeting organized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Namibia, for the accredited diplomatic corps, diplomatic missions and international organizations, the minister of foreign affairs of Namibia, presented her country's position on the different international issues, reiterati
Spain - 225,444 Moroccans Affiliated to Social Security
[MAP] Madrid -Some 225,444 Moroccans were affiliated to social security in Spain by the end of October compared to 216,417 by the end of September, according to official figures.
HRH Princess Lalla Salma Chairs in Marrakech Celebration of National Day Against Cancer
[MAP] Marrakech -HRH Princess Lalla Salma, chairwoman of the Lalla Salma Foundation for Cancer Prevention and Treatment, chaired on Wednesday evening at the Palais des CongrĂ¨s in Marrakech, the celebration of the national day against cancer.
Security Situation in Morocco Is Very Stable, Largely Controlled (Interior Minister)
[MAP] Rabat -All data confirm that the security situation in Morocco is very stable and largely under control, said, Tuesday, Interior minister, Abdelouafi Laftit.
EU Delegation Commends Morocco's 'Humanistic, Responsible' Migration Policies
[MAP] Rabat -The delegation of the European Union (EU) in Morocco commended, Tuesday in Rabat, the Kingdom's "humanistic and responsible" public policies on migration.
Wounded in Essaouira Stampede Leave Hospital After Getting Well
[MAP] Essaouira -People injured in the stampede that occurred, Sunday, in the commune of Sidi Boulaalam near Essaouira left Tuesday the provincial hospital of Sidi Mohammed Ben Abdellah, after getting well.
Morocco Participates in 39th Cairo International Film Festival
[MAP] Cairo -The 39th edition of the Cairo International Film Festival, initiated by the Egyptian ministry of Culture, opened Tuesday with the participation of 175 films representing 53 countries, including Morocco.
Cote d'Ivoire, Morocco, Namibia, Nigeria, Senegal Improve Governance - But...
[Mo Ibrahim Foundation] Dakar -The 2017 Ibrahim Index of African Governance (IIAG), launched today by the Mo Ibrahim Foundation, reveals that the continent's Overall Governance trajectory remains positive on average, but in recent years has moved at a slower pace.Â As many countries struggle to build on recent progress or to reverse negative trends, and as concerns emerge in some key sectors, the Foundation is calling for vigilance on the continent's future.
Morocco Takes Part in 25th International Travel Show TT Warsaw
[MAP] Warsaw -Morocco will take part on Nov. 23-25 in the 25th edition of the International Travel Show TT Warsaw, one of the most important fairs in Eastern Europe.
Trial of Al Hoceima Events Suspects Postponed to Nov. 28
[MAP] Casablanca -Casablanca's appeal court decided, late on Tuesday, to postpone the trial of the suspects involved in the Al Hoceima events to Nov. 28.
HM the King Sends Condolence Messages to Families of Victims of Stampede Near Essaouira
[MAP] Rabat -HM King Mohammed VI sent messages of condolence and compassion to the families of the victims of the stampede that occurred on Sunday in the commune of Sidi Boulaalam (Essaouira province).
Pluralism Is More Than Figures - RSF and Le Desk Release Media Ownership Monitor Morocco Findings
[RSF] The Moroccan media market has grown in size and complexity since the state's broadcasting monopoly ended and broadcasting was opened up to private enterprise in 2005. While the state continues to have a significant presence, the media sector is dominated by the royal family and leading business interests. A survey by the Moroccan news website Le Desk and the international media freedom NGO Reporters Without Borders (RSF) has identified the Moroccan media sector's leading players and their interests outside
CAF Yet to Announce Revised Fixture
[Nyasa Times] The Football Association of Malawi (FAM) has said it yet to receive an official communication from the Africa football governing body Confederation of African Football (CAF) concerning the change of Flames match against Morocco which has been shifted to October 2018 from the first slated month of March next year.
Stampede Near Essaouira - a Committee of the Interior Ministry Meets With the Province's Local Authorities
[MAP] Rabat -A committee of the General Inspectorate of Territorial Administration of the ministry of the Interior started on Sunday evening a series of meetings with the local authorities of the province of Essaouira, following the tragic stampede that occurred at the commune of Sidi Boulalam, which left 15 people dead and five others injured.
Stampede Near Essaouira - Official Delegation Led By Wali of Marrakech-Safi Region Visits Injured Victims
[MAP] Essaouira -Upon high instructions of HM King Mohammed VI, an official delegation led by the Wali of the Marrakech-Safi region, Abdelfettah Lebjioui, visited on Sunday at the Sidi Mohammed Ben Abdellah Provincial Hospital the injured victims of the tragic stampede that occurred in Sidi Boulaalam near Essaouira.
Most of Stampede Dead Were Women - Report
[Deutsche Welle] At least fifteen people have been killed in a Moroccan village after a stampede erupted as food aid was being distributed. Several women were caught beneath an iron barrier as hundreds scrambled to get hold of food.
People Injured in Stampede Near Essaouira in 'Stable Condition', Medical Source Says
[MAP] Essaouira -People injured in the stampede that occurred Sunday in the commune of Sidi Boulaalam near Essaouira are in "stable condition", provincial health delegate, Khalid Sniter, said on Monday.
Morocco Rejects Any Attack Against Holy Places of Islam and Arab States
[MAP] Cairo -The Kingdom of Morocco underlined on Sunday in Cairo that it does not accept any attack against the Holy Places of Islam and the other Arab states.
15 Killed, 5 Injured in Stampede for Food Handouts
[MAP] Rabat -Fifteen people were killed and 5 others were injured in a stampede which happened Sunday during the distribution of food by a local association in the commune of Sidi Boulalam in the province of Essaouira, the interior ministry said.
Moroccan-French Economic Forum Kicks Off in Skhirat
[MAP] Rabat -The Moroccan-French economic forum opened, Thursday in Skhirat (Rabat outskirts), under the theme "Building bridges for growth and jobs", on the initiative of Morocco's employers' association (CGEM).