August 31, 2003
An alleged accomplice in the 9/11 attacks in the United States, Said Bahaji, has recently contacted his family in Morocco, according to a German magaz
Following Friday's devastating car bombing in Najaf, in which Ayatollah Muhammad Bakr al-Hakim, among many others, was killed, American and Iraqi offi
Oliver Stone and Ridley Scott will be among the guests of honor at the third Marrakech International Film Festival in October.
Israeli employers are routinely violating the rights of the country’s 300,000 migrant workers making up 13 percent of the country's workforce, with conditions in some cases ''equivalent to slavery''.
August 28, 2003
Abderrahmane Youssoufi, former Moroccan Premier and leader of the Socialist Union of Popular Forces (USFP) on Tuesday called on the kingdom's politica
The Algerian cabinet has approved Wednesday the bills regarding to the projects related to the creation of the national education and training center
Five Moroccan judges and several police officers are being brought before the Special Court of Justice in Rabat under corruption and drug trafficking allegations. The defendants are being accused acce
Two major Saudi Aramco projects are under way to produce low-sulfur diesel fuel, an effort that will significantly cut emissions of toxic sulfur oxides from diesel-powered motor vehicles and industria
August 25, 2003
The trial of a Frenchman accused of being the ringleader of an Islamist group blamed for the suicide bombings in Morocco's city of Casablanca in May w
An equity financing agreement for five million dollars was recently signed between Lebanon’s Byblos Bank and the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries Fund for International Development in
August 19, 2003
A Moroccan court on Tuesday sentenced four people to death for involvement in Casablanca suicide bombing attacks in May that killed more than 40 perso
An American soldier was killed by an explosive device in Baghdad Monday as the top U.S. civilian administrator said that attacks by saboteurs on Iraq'
August 13, 2003
Bahrain King Hamad Ben Aissa Al Khalifa arrived in Rabat Tuesday afternoon on a private visit, according to Maghreb Arabe Presse. The Bahraini King w
An airplane, loaded with medicines, tents and blankets, was to fly Tuesday evening from Rabat to Khartoum to help Sudan cope, following floods, which
Lebanese singer Alissa has revealed in a press conference she held recently that she is seriously thinking about entering the acting world and is ready to accept offers to star in films