December 10, 2000
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.
A Moroccan official revealed that his country looses $2 billion annually because of environmental deterioration, climate pollution and a decline in the pure water reserves.
December 7, 2000
Morocco and the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) signed Tuesday a cooperation agreement in the sector of fisheries, Maghrib Agen
December 6, 2000
Morocco and Germany signed on Tuesday an agreement for the construction of a big hotel in the Atlantic city of Agadir for an investment worth $25.4 mi
Delegations from Morocco and the European Union (EU) will meet on December 7th-8th for a new round of talks on fishery cooperation, Maghrib Agency Pre
December 5, 2000
Although Morocco is blessed with more water resources than other countries in North Africa, its watersheds are threatened by pollution from industrial waste, agricultural runoff, and untreated wastewa
December 4, 2000
Since the first AIDS case appeared in Morocco in 1986, the number of persons affected by the disease in Morocco has reached 809 cases officially repor
Editors of three Moroccan newspapers banned over a story implicating the political left in a bid to kill the late King Hassan II have said they will f
Vanco Energy of Houston and London-based Lasmo plc deepened their commitment to find oil and gas offshore Morocco by signing exploration permits with the national oil company ONAREP.
December 3, 2000
An international press watchdog group Sunday called on Morocco\'s King Mohammed VI to intervene in the controversial weekend ban of three Moroccan new
Morocco’s date production is scheduled to reach this year 74,000 tons, marking a 2% increase compared to last year, Maghrib Agency Press (MAP) reporte
The African Development Bank approved on Thursday two loans worth $ 102.11 million to finance a basic education and a secondary and technical educatio
A Moroccan official, reported <I>Al-Hayat</I> newspaper, revealed that his country loses $2 billion annually because of environmental deterioration, climate pollution and a decline in the pure water r