Tunisia on high alert for election
As Tunisia's historic legislative election draws near, thousands of troops are being called up to safeguard the democratic transition.
Tunisians look to better future
Elected officials need to restore security and improve citizens' standard of living, Tunisian voters say.
Round up: Maghreb reacts to CAN delay
CAF will not permit Morocco to postpone the Africa Nations Cup over Ebola fears, but it may move the event to another country.
Sahel smuggling routes under fire
For terrorists in Mali or Niger, long-time smuggling routes to Libya or Algeria are no longer an option.
Tunisia holds election dry run
Polling workers in Tunisia are making the final preparations for the country's historic democratic election.
Tunisians fear Libya fallout as vote nears
Tunisia is dealing with the Libya crisis as if it were internal, Foreign Minister Mongi Hamdi says.
Algeria arrests Mauritanian terrorist
Weapons are being smuggled out of Libya and deliver to terrorist strongholds in northern Mali or Jebel Chaambi, an analyst says.
Moroccans criticise healthcare progress
Poor citizens in Morocco say that despite reforms, quality healthcare remains difficult to access in the kingdom.
Libyan army pounds terrorists in Benghazi
Young men across Benghazi are joining forces with soldiers to push militias out of their neighbourhoods.
Terror threats hit Moroccan tourism
With Islamic State militants making international headlines, tour operators in Morocco say their livelihood is at risk.
Mauritania attracts foreign investor interest
Mauritania turns to the mining trade for development and job creation.
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