Algeria rules out terrorism in Mali plane crash
The Air Algerie plane was not brought down by a missile over Mali, officials say.
Morocco launches housing survey
A national study will allow Morocco to have a clearer vision of the real estate market in rural and urban settings.
Maghreb celebrates Eid al-Fitr
As Eid arrives in the Maghreb, citizens set aside security fears and complaints about rising prices to enjoy the sugar feast.
Moroccan jihadists turn to crime
Terrorists in Morocco are finding new ways to fund their activities.
Morocco, EU examine civil society role
Rights activists and NGOs are vital partners in Morocco's reform process, one top official says.
Young Mauritanians guide peers
A Nouakchott training course helps young people learn how to convey positive messages and life-saving information to at-risk youth.
Reportage: Crime, terror converge at Tunisia frontier
Tunisia is getting help from Algeria to secure its western border, but the greatest danger is from the east.
Blog Review: Libyan bloggers urge loyalty to the homeland
Libyan bloggers are calling for order to be restored and an end to division.
Tunisian political rivals promise ethical elections
As Tunisia prepares for its second national elections, political parties adopt a code of ethics.
Morocco MPs debate Benkirane record
The Moroccan government's achievements during the first half of its term in office are being fiercely criticised by the opposition.
Moroccan children mark Eid with new clothes
With Eid al-Fitr just around the corner, youngsters in Morocco are looking forward to donning new attire.
Tunisian jihadist video sparks outrage
Morocco re-launches employment schemes
ISIS menace al-Qaeda in Derna
Morocco counter-terror battle goes global
Libya threat top Tunis seminar agenda
Mauritania, US boost security co-operation