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Tens of thousands of troops will be on hand for Tunisia's historic presidential election.
Algeria and Tunisia solidify their CAN slots, a famous international plays his final home game, and Mauritanian league action surprises.
For many Algerians, Hervé Gourdel's execution by a Maghreb branch of Daesh awakens painful memories.
For Morocco's Salafiya Jihadiya movement, the rise of ISIS may mean taking a stand for or against violence.
Cultural exchanges instil peace and respect for others and promote co-existence, a participant at a Mauritania forum says.
Moroccan MPs are criticising the government's reliance on guidelines from the IMF.
The Islamic State is tearing Muslims apart, imam Hassen Chalghoumi says, warning that the Maghreb must act together to counter the terror group's threat.
Once fierce opponents on the football pitch, Algeria and Egypt are rapidly boosting collaboration in the face of a mutual menace on their doorsteps.
Crime & Justice
Ben Ali's son-in-law is now in prison after his return from exile.
Tech professionals in Mauritania were just trained on the latest tools to prevent and counter-act cybercrime by terrorists.
Morocco's young party officials recently met to examine why so few young people take part in public affairs.
The MEDays forum called for consolidating democracy and supporting youths against ISIS.
"I chose Tunisia when I ran, I chose Tunisia when I pulled out and I will choose Tunisia forever," said Mustapha Kamel Nabli, one of four presidential candidates who recently withdrew.
Crime & Justice
Schools are the latest battleground in the fight against corruption in Morocco.
Voters in Tunisia are turning a critical eye on presidential candidates as the campaign draws to a close.