Morocco kept its borders closed for months in 2020 because of the pandemic, fearing that its health system wouldn't be able to manage the surges of patients seen in nearby Europe.
A delegation led by Morocco's Ambassador to India, Mohamed Maliki is promoting bilateral trade through ‘Morocco Now’ that positions Morocco as an investment destination promoting renewable energies.
Israel and Morocco signed a landmark agreement that lays the foundation for security cooperation, intelligence sharing, and future arms sales.
Benny Gantz will be making the first official visit by an Israeli defense minister to one of the four Arab states that agreed to normalize ties with Israel last year.
COVID-19 cases have been rising sharply in the Netherlands over the past two weeks and also are climbing in Germany.
The cabinet of Prime Minister Aziz Akhanouch of the Rally of National Independents party is made up of 24 ministers, including seven women.
The new prime minister said that following his meeting with the king that he will begin negotiations with potential coalition partners in order to form a government.
Despite a dip in popularity in recent years, the governing Islamist party is eyeing a third term at the helm of the government if it again wins the most parliament seats.
Algeria formally announced the decision on Tuesday, citing a series of alleged hostile acts.
Activists fear Yidiresi Aishan will be extradited to China, and say the arrest is politically driven and part of a broader Chinese campaign to hunt down perceived dissidents outside its borders.
A heavyweight boxer from Morocco apparently tried to take a bite out of his New Zealand opponent's ear in their opening bout at the Tokyo Olympics.
Israeli Tourism Minister Yoel Razvozov said the new direct flights would “help advance fruitful tourism, trade and economic cooperation and diplomatic agreements between the two countries.”
Moroccan King Mohammed VI's phone and those of other royals are also on the list of numbers identified as potential Pegasus targets by Moroccan intelligence services.
The bombshell claims were based on a leaked document containing 50,000 numbers of people identified as potential targets for Pegasus between 2016 and June 2021.
The probe follows the allegations that Moroccan intelligence services used the Israeli malware Pegasus to spy on several French journalists.