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UN negotiators continue to push for peace in Libya as the Islamic State claims credit for a recent terror attack.
Algeria and Tunisia face decisive matches, while Morocco fans regret the ban on their national team.
Online commenters in Libya suggest adopting the new constitution as a way out of the current chaos.
A new report sheds light on why so many Daesh recruits come from F'nideq, Martil and other towns in Morocco's north.
As danger looms from the crisis in Libya, Tunisia continues to eliminate terror cells.
Gains in gender parity in the Maghreb have been lost as radical ideology spreads, a rights activist says.
Twice in January, the head of the Islamic State sent out calls for Maghreb youth to join his fight in Iraq, Syria and Libya. His messages left out the part about how he would use them.
The return of Ansar al-Din and other armed groups to northern Mali threatens to reverse security gains.
Young Moroccans now have until mid-February to get their name on the electoral lists for June's local polls.
International jihadists are now using Libya as a staging ground for fresh attacks.
As the terrorism threat looms from Mali and Libya, the Nigerien president visits Algeria to discuss pooling resources.
Despite repeated government efforts, young people in Morocco remain turned off to politics.
Tunisia's proposed new government is struggling to win enough votes in parliament for approval.
ISIS, transnational crime, Libya unrest and other challenges require nothing less than a joint effort from all Maghreb countries, Tunisian analysts warn.
The two missing Tunisian journalists were not executed by their captors, Tunisian ambassador to Libya says.