April 19, 2004
Morocco's King Mohammed VI has expressed eagerness to meet new Spanish Prime Minister Jose Louis Zapatero, a man he described as a “statesman” deservi
Iran's Foreign Ministry Spokesman Hamid-Reza Asefi on Monday dismissed press reports that Tehran had sought Rome's mediation with Washington.
April 13, 2004
Siamese twins who were linked by the same liver have died at age of one month, reported Assahra Al-Maghribya newspaper. The two sisters succumbed to “
Shi'ite leader, Muqtada al-Sadr asserted Tuesday he was ready to die in order to bring an end to the US-led occupation of Iraq.
April 8, 2004
18,094,555 voters are going to the polls on Thursday to elect their 8th president of Algeria since independence. Voters are to choose between Louisa H
The European Commission welcomed the free trade agreement signed April 7 in Ankara between Morocco and Turkey. The agreement is a significant stepping stone towards the conclusion of the Euro-Mediterr
The European Commission has given its approval for €140.79 million of development spending for Morocco, Egypt and Jordan. Operations will be carried out under the Meda Program's 2003 National Financin
April 7, 2004
A Moroccan man was arrested on Tuesday in the Spanish province of Toledo (79 km southeast of capital Madrid) in connection with the investigation on t
U.S. Marines in a fierce battle in Fallujah fired rockets that hit a mosque filled with people Wednesday, and witnesses said as many as 40 people were
April 5, 2004
Morocco strongly denied on Monday reports that it would host the delayed Arab summit that was originally scheduled to be held in Tunisia last Month.
Israeli troops killed Monday three Palestinian civilians in Johr al-Deek area, east of Gaza City, according to security sources and witnesses.
April 4, 2004
Supporters of an anti-American cleric rioted in four Iraqi cities Sunday, killing at least eight U.S. troops. At least 24 Iraqis were also killed.
The Moroccan government has launched an international tender to select an advisor for the flotation of a stake in the state controlled Maroc Telecom. The company is the largest telecommunications prov
March 31, 2004
Morocco's King Mohammed VI visited on Tuesday the construction site of the Tangier-Mediterranean Port, located some 35 kilometers east of the city and
Morocco's Prince Moulay Rachid, young brother of King Mohammed VI, attended in Delft, Netherlands Tuesday a memorial service in honor of Princess Juli