Morocco politicians called to curb fundamentalism
Moroccans criticise political parties for only appearing during elections, ignoring youth's vote and failing to tackle major issues.
Mauritania, Spain vow to boost security co-operation
On issues from illegal migration to terrorism, Mauritania and Spain are pledging to keep up their security ties.
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Nouakchott hosts sustainable development conference
Recommendations issued at a meeting in the Mauritanian capital stress the importance of fighting corruption to achieve sustainable development.
Reportage: 'What is happening in Syria is not jihad'
A new report sheds light on why so many Daesh recruits come from F'nideq, Martil and other towns in Morocco's north.
Algeria fights terror financing
Algerian authorities are using the law to dry up funding sources for terrorists.
EU seeks security ties with Maghreb
Europe plans to expand security and intelligence measures as well as look for social and economic solutions to terrorism.
Algeria preserves subsidies despite revenue drop
Despite a projected budget deficit due to lower oil prices, Algeria vows to keep its public investment policy unchanged.
Morocco turns to expats to fuel growth
Experts say Morocco needs to adopt a national action plan to take advantage of expatriates' skills.
Algeria thwarts plans to attack oil installations
On the two-year anniversary of the deadly terrorist operation at the Tiguentourine gas plant, Algeria is boosting security.
Libyans debate constitution
Despite the violence, Libya is forging ahead with a new democratic constitution.
'Exodus' film sparks Morocco free speech debate
Moroccans are expressing concern over censorship in the name of conservative ideology.
Urgent call for youth employment in Morocco
Algeria tightens Niger border security
Islamic State beheading shocks Tunisia
Maghreb residents denounce ISIS
Maghreb religious leaders tackle takfirism
Morocco activists fight capital punishment