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Rights activists and NGOs are vital partners in Morocco's reform process, one top official says.
Proponents of Sharia-compliant finance say more Moroccans will be able to participate in the economy.
With unrest in the Sahel-Saharan region, security analysts are urging greater cross-border collaboration.
The European Union vows to support Tunisia during its transition.
Stability in the Sahel and the Maghreb starts through the empowerment and integration of youth, experts say in Rabat.
The first international summit on "smart cities" in North Africa opened Monday (June 9th) in Ifrane, Ansa reported....
Dozens of people were arrested following clashes with police in a Casablanca slum, Aufait Maroc reported on Wednesday...
American and Algerian businesses are looking to expand trade into sectors other than the oil and gas industry.
Young people who may one day run the Maghreb train in Morocco. Algeria's next.
Algerian politicians and experts discuss constitutional changes.
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The future of Mauritanian football is bright at the new national youth academy in Nouakchott.
Libyan bloggers are calling for order to be restored and an end to division.
Terrorist groups are increasingly using women in combat missions, including suicide bombings.