December 14, 2000
The Polisario Front, which wants independence for Moroccan-ruled Western Sahara, on Thursday freed 201 Moroccan prisoners of war.
December 13, 2000
The Rabat administrative court delayed till Friday scrutiny in the case of the banned weeklies “Le Journal” and “Assahifa”, Maghrib Agency Press (MAP)
The Moroccan businessmen association (CGEM) has lamented that several economic sectors are facing a critical situation, Maghrib Agency Press (MAP) rep
The Moroccan association BAYTI was awarded, Tuesday, one of the five French Republic’s human rights prizes for 2000 for its program to reintegrate sma
The Rabat Mohammed V, Agdal and Souissi universities and the Hiroshima University of Japan signed in Rabat Tuesday an agreement to foster scientific c
Negotiations for a new EU-Morocco fisheries agreement were still deadlocked Tuesday, after a meeting in Brussels failed to make progress, the European Commission said.
December 12, 2000
Morocco and the United States have set up Monday a high-level joint commission to promote economic, financial and trade partnership between the two co
A group of 12 Polisario members, who wanted to return to Morocco, was arrested recently by the Algerian army
The US Whirlpool Corporation says its Morocco branch is achieving excellent growth and turnover is expected to reach $20 million by the end of 2000.
December 11, 2000
The Spanish police last week broke up an illegal Moroccan immigration web in the locality of Granja De Rocamora, near the eastern city of Alicante, Ma
Two trade unions announced on Sunday a suspension of a strike scheduled to be observed at all education levels this Dec.13th-14th, Maghrib Agency Pres
December 10, 2000
Some 54 cases of typhoid were detected in the Moroccan northern province of Tetouan, the official news agency of Morocco (MAP) reported, quoting the h
Ways to enhance cooperation ties between Morocco and Japan topped talks held in Morocco Friday between speaker of the Chamber of Advisors (upper house
Two Moroccan newspapers will confront the government in a Rabat administrative court on Wednesday for banning them.
Many of the families in Morocco will have to change their food habits during the present Month of Ramadan because of the local tomato crisis.