On saturady, May the 18th , the Association of the Moroccan creators in Rif region inaugurated the 7th edition of the International Festival of Poem . The event took place [...]
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Morocco is ploughing ahead with a programme to boost wind energy production, particularly in the southern Tarfaya region, where Africa's largest wind farm is set to open in 2014. The [...]
Touching story : Hachiko, the dog who waited for 9 years after the death of his master outside the train station every morning until the dog himself passed away in 1925 .
A dog’s love towards his family is unconditional, and a classic example of this is Hachiko, an Akita dog who was born in 1923 in Japan. He was adopted by [...]
Police originally arrested the Frenchman on charges of paedophilia, "setting up a criminal organisation" and "illegal residency" in the kingdom. On Tuesday, a court handed the accused a 12-year jail term, [...]
Are sheep too smart for their own good, or are they just plain dumb? Is it matter of supernatural sense of unity or is it just an animal stupidness? I’ll [...]
Government and aviation officials have for years claimed efforts to make Nigeria the hub of the aviation sector in Africa. It must be somewhat embarrassing that none of the country’s [...]
My prefered city is Rabat. It’s in the north west of Morocco. The population is about 627.932 . It’s famous for its fantastic places, and it’s the capital of Morocco. [...]
NadorAccess2Morce-Net Updates After three sessions, Nador Access2Morce-Net students are showing great enthusiasm and motivation to the programme. They have started to realise that Access program is diffierent from the [...]
Bayern Munich club confirmed its decision of building an Islamic mosque on its stadium Allianz Arena . The French football star, Frank Rebery, was behind this decision. He had [...]
RABAT – Morocco on Friday officially launched the construction of a 160-megawatt solar power plant near the desert city of Ouarzazate, the first in a series of vast solar projects [...]
Nobel Peace Prize winner Aung San Suu Kyi is calling on the UK to help rebuild Burma’s universities.
The Burmese opposition leader is using a video message to address a gathering of university leaders in London. Burma's university system needs to be "put back on the map" of [...]
It's "the world upside down," writes Hein de Haas, co-director of the International Migration Institute, affiliated with Oxford University. For generations, Moroccans have immigrated to Europe for work but [...]