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Israeli media reported a secret visit by a Moroccan security delegation to Tel Aviv.

North Africans are protesting Gulf countries' decision to normalise relations with Israel.

Morocco extends health emergency amid rise in coronavirus cases

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Morocco extends health emergency amid rise in coronavirus cases

Morocco has extended a state of emergency until next month as the number of coronavirus cases rises sharply in the North African country

Morocco rejects normalising ties with Israel after UAE deal

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Morocco rejects normalising ties with Israel after UAE deal

Normalising relations with Israel encourages the Jewish state to further breach the rights of Palestinians, Morocco's premier said.

Morocco asks for proof it used spyware on journalist

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Morocco asks for proof it used spyware on journalist

Morocco has demanded Amnesty International prove that it has deployed spyware on a journalist.

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Oldest and youngest Moroccan coronavirus patients make full recovery

A three-month-old baby and a 96-year-old woman have both recovered from the coronavirus in Morocco as authorities said they were working on avoiding further spread of the disease.

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Moroccan suspects in hikers murder 'pledged allegiance to IS'

Moroccan authorities said Thursday four suspects arrested following the murder of two young Scandinavian hikers in southern Morocco had pledged ...

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Moroccan students protest government decision against clock change

Thousands of students protested Friday in Morocco for the third consecutive day against a government decision to keep its clocks at summer time ...

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Lacking alternatives, hundreds risk lives in Morocco's 'death mines'

The deaths of two miners in northeastern Morocco have sparked protests against perceived government neglect in the country's former mining towns.

Miner deaths spark protests in Morocco's east

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Miner deaths spark protests in Morocco's east

Thousands protest over living conditions in the city of Jerada after two brothers die while illegally mining.

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Wave of 'thirsty protests' hit Morocco after water shortages

In a bid to express their discontent over the water crisis, residents began organising regular peaceful protests in a town near the capital ...

New Moroccan prime minister forms government, ending five-month crisis

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New Moroccan prime minister forms government, ending five-month crisis

Morocco’s new Prime Minister Saadeddine El Othmani has succeeded in building a governing coalition, ending a five-month ...

Morocco king names new premier to end deadlock Morocco king names new premier to end deadlock

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Morocco king names new premier to end deadlock

King Mohammed VI named Saad-Eddine El Othmani, a former foreign minister, to form a new government.

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