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Morocco to readmit unaccompanied minors from EU

King Mohammed VI has instructed Morocco’s government to facilitate the re-entry of all unaccompanied but identified Moroccan children who are in the European Union illegally, the government said. Last month thousands of people crossed into Spain’s North African enclave of Ceuta from Moroccan territory, escalating a diplomatic dispute between the …

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Morocco arrests 2 IS-linked suspects

The Moroccan security services on Tuesday arrested two suspects linked to the Islamic State (IS) militant group in the eastern cities of Taza and Misour. The suspects, aged 24 and 37, have planned “extremely dangerous terrorist plots” in the country, said a statement of the Central Bureau of Judicial Investigation. …

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210 terrorist cells dismantled in Morocco since 2012

To face the terrorist dangers that threaten it, Morocco is adopting a comprehensive, inclusive and multidimensional security approach, said in Rabat, the Comptroller General of the Central Bureau of Judicial Investigations (BCIJ), Mohamed Nifaoui. Immediately after the attacks of May 16, 2003 in Casablanca, Morocco began to strengthen its security …

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Morocco moves towards easing restrictions

The technical and scientific committee held a meeting to analyze the epidemiological situation in Morocco. Its members say they are in favor of easing internal restrictive measures, because “the indicators are not worrying”. However, they call on the government to exercise maximum vigilance regarding the reopening of borders. During the …

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Morocco sends emergency aid to Palestine

King Mohammed VI, Chairman of the Al-Quds Committee, has ordered the dispatch of emergency humanitarian aid for the benefit of the Palestinian population in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, the foreign ministry said. This aid, which will be transported urgently by Royal Armed Forces planes, consists of 40 tonnes …

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Morocco wants to equip its Turkish drones

Morocco has signed a contract with Canada to equip its Turkish drones, thus bypassing the embargo on the country of Recep Tayyip Erdoğan. Morocco has reached an agreement with Canada to equip 13 Turkish drones developed by Baykar Defense with Wescam electro-optics it had in the meantime ordered. Canada had …

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May 10th, the international day of the Argan tree

In view of the kingdom’s efforts, under the guidance of King Mohammed VI, in the protection and enhancement of the Argan tree, an international day for this ancestral tree has just been promulgated by the UN. It’s official ! Every May 10 will be celebrated around the world on International …

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