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Freedom House: Tunisia's democracy downgraded
Freedom House: Tunisia's democracy downgraded
A new report released by the international watchdog organisation Freedom House has raised concerns about Tunisia's democratic backslide.
South Africa and Morocco set to re-establish diplomatic relations
South Africa and Morocco set to re-establish diplomatic relations
South Africa and Morocco look set to re-establish diplomatic relations after 13 years of giving each other the cold shoulder.
Morocco king rejects independence for Western Sahara
Morocco king rejects independence for Western Sahara
Morocco's King Mohammed VI has ruled out any peace deal that allows for the independence of the Western Sahara as the United Nations renews efforts...
Historic Jewish quarter of Marrakesh sees revival
Historic Jewish quarter of Marrakesh sees revival
The once teeming Jewish area of Moroccan tourist gem Marrakesh is seeing its fortunes...
​Stunning Tangier of past, present and future
​Stunning Tangier of past, present and future
As a writer fascinated by the Beats, Tangier was a destination full of possibility and fascination. Although literature, poetry and cinema remain...
Morocco’s AU return: Colony in peril
Morocco’s AU return: Colony in peril
Rahdi Bachir does not like this prison. He does not like the confinement or the view of his world framed by the thick iron bars. This cannot be...
More shocks as Morocco lose, Ivory Coast held
More shocks as Morocco lose, Ivory Coast held
Defending champions the Ivory Coast and Morocco on Monday became just the latest strongly fancied teams to fail to deliver at the Africa Cup...
Afcon 2017: Morocco coach Herve Renard eyes treble
Afcon 2017: Morocco coach Herve Renard eyes treble
The only certainty in hard-to-predict Group C of the Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) before the opening fixtures on Monday is that Morocco coach...
Western Sahara debate reignited
Western Sahara debate reignited
No issue divides the African Union member states like the dispute over Western Sahara. Also known as the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic, this...
Zuma 'daughter' courts Morocco
Zuma 'daughter' courts Morocco
A woman purporting to be one of President Jacob Zuma’s daughters went to Morocco on an ANC ticket and pledged South Africa’s intention to...
Morocco damages itself by stifling criticism
Morocco damages itself by stifling criticism
Morocco frequently turns to the courts when it doesn’t like what its critics have to say, and this has a chilling effect on university research and...
Egypt bans festival to honour Rabbi
Egypt bans festival to honour Rabbi
After the 1979 peace treaty with Israel, Egypt began allowing organised and heavily secured trips to the tomb of Yaakov Abu Hatzira in the Nile...

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