September 12, 2003
Moroccan electors are heading Friday to polling stations to choose 23,689 councilors among 112,658 candidates, in the first local elections held under
The leader of Malaysia's opposition Islamic party told his supporters Friday the United States was an enemy of Islam and voiced support for Palestinia
September 11, 2003
Newly appointed Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurei was expected to have presented an eight-member emergency cabinet to parliament for approval on
The United States expects to complete negotiations of a US-Morocco Free Trade Agreement by the end of 2003, according to the Office of the US Trade Representative. The United States seeks to liberaliz
September 5, 2003
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon held talks on the Middle East peace process with King Mohammed VI of Morocco and European Union foreign policy chi
Lebanese security forces patrolled a Beirut suburb Friday after an overnight firefight between rival Muslim Shiite parties left two men dead and six p
September 2, 2003
Israel and Morocco will soon renew their diplomatic activities in Rabat and Tel Aviv, sources accompanying Israel's Foreign Minister Silvan Shalom in
The main reason behind the festival’s poor administrative arrangements was mainly due to the fact that the festival’s management squeezed its budget to generate higher profits, in turn recruiting fewe
September 1, 2003
Israel's Foreign Minister Silvan Shalom started Monday his first official visit to Morocco.
Arab countries to effectively participate in the multilateral trading system, the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia (UNESCWA) is holding a regional meeting on "Technical B
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