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Analyst: Morocco to Consider Selling ONDA, ONCF After Maroc Telecom

Rabat, Feb. 4 -- In order for Morocco to reduce its budget deficit this year, the government plans to privatize its stake in public companies. Although the government adopted several tax reforms for 2... Read More


Morocco to Address Family Law Challenges Moroccan Expats Face

Rabat, Jan. 31 -- As part of its strategy to protect the rights of Moroccans residing abroad (MRE), the Delegate Ministry in Charge of Moroccans Residing Abroad (MCMREAM) will organize the 3rd Forum o... Read More


Germany Warns Tourists to Take Normal Precautions in Morocco

Rabat, Jan. 31 -- Berlin's foreign office has issued safety instructions for German tourists traveling to Morocco, which the German embassy in Rabat published on January 31. Germany warned against tr... Read More


King Mohammed VI Leaves Casablanca Angry at Project Delays

Rabat, Jan. 30 -- After King Mohammed VI inaugurated the extension of the Casablanca Tramway Line 2 on January 23, he left directly for Rabat on the same day, Moroccan daily newspaper Assabah reported... Read More


Dubai Charges Moroccan with 'Assault, Drink-Driving, Stealing Taxi'

Rabat, Jan. 29 -- The Dubai criminal court has charged a Moroccan man with "stealing a taxi, crashing it into a villa and then assaulting two police officers," the Emirati news outlet the National rep... Read More


Zefzafi's Father Tells Another Side of Prison Self-Harming Story

Rabat, Jan. 29 -- Following the statement in which prison administrators said that Nasser Zefzafi , a leader of the Hirak Rif protests in Al Hoceima, self-harmed while in prison "to create disorder," ... Read More


Morocco's OCP, Spain's Fertinagro to Set up Joint Fertilizer Venture

Rabat, Jan. 29 -- Morocco's OCP and Spain's Fertinagro Biotech company recently announced they created a joint venture company to produce enhanced fertilizer. The new company will produce "granular h... Read More


Macau Police Arrest 2 Moroccans, 'Leaders' of Fake Credit Card Gang

Rabat, Jan. 28 -- Macau police arrested five people, including two Moroccans, on Friday for allegedly "using 50 fake credits cards for online shopping to buy goods they later sold," Asia Times reporte... Read More


Philip Morris Reacts to 'Toxic Swiss Cigarettes in Morocco' Report

Rabat, Jan. 28 -- Following the recent investigation revealing that Swiss cigarettes sold in Morocco have more nicotine than those sold in Europe, Philip Morris's affiliate in Morocco has reacted to t... Read More


Morocco's Hirak Rif Leader Nasser Zefzafi Self Harms in Prison

Rabat, Jan. 28 -- Nasser Zefzafi, a leader of the Hirak Rif protests in Al Hoceima, self-harmed while in prison "to create disorder," prison authorities said on Sunday. At 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, Zefz... Read More