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Spain defends the return of unaccompanied child migrants to Morocco
Spain’s interior minister has defended sending unaccompanied child migrants back to Morocco and denied accusations by rights groups that the returns breach international law.
More than 200 migrants climb fence to enter Spanish enclave of Melilla
Spanish authorities said it constitutes one of the largest arrivals in recent years.
Protesters in Spain demand autonomy for Western Sahara
Protesters in Madrid end a month-long campaign to demand recognition for the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic as tensions rise between Morocco and Spain
Spanish court rules Western Sahara rebel leader should remain free
The leader of a movement seeking independence from Morocco has testified in a Spanish investigation into allegations against him of torture and genocide. The court's decision to keep him free is likely to infuriate Rabat.
Is Morocco using migration as a bargaining chip against the EU?
A heavy influx of 8,000 migrants in Spain last week came following the hospitalisation of Ghali in the country, a move that angered Morocco.
Spanish enclave of Ceuta adjusts to latest migrant influx
Residents of Ceuta confront the sudden arrival of thousands of African migrants with sympathy, and concern, others with hostility.
Ceuta: Europe ‘will not be intimidated’ on issue of migration, says EU
Spanish PM Pedro Sanchez has vowed to “restore order” after the influx of migrants entered the Spanish enclave of Ceuta from Morocco, amid a diplomatic spat between the two sides.
Morocco recalls ambassador in Germany amid Western Sahara row
Berlin has said it is confused by the move.
Stunning photos of the world's one-colour towns
From Mexico to Morocco, these destinations have been decked out exclusively in one colour. But how did they end up this way?
Meet the Moroccan on a mission to shatter stereotypes about Islam
We meet one Brussels-based Moroccan who wants to change perceptions about Islam through her brand new lifestyle video blog.
Heavy rain floods underground clothes factory in Morocco, killing 24
Local authorities said the victims include 17 women and eight men — all aged between 20 and 40. Ten people were rescued alive.
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Podcast | The European origins of today's homophobia in Africa
What are the origins of homophobia in Africa? Where do the laws that punish same-sex relationships come from? Listen to our new #podcast episode of #CryLikeaBoy
Meet the couple celebrating 10 years of their luxury hotel in Fez
In 2006, the Mann-Bahas uprooted their lives, moved to Morocco and invested in a run-down building which is now one of the leading hotels in Fez.
Western Sahara: Who are the Polisario Front and what do they want?
Western Sahara has been occupied by Morocco since 1975 and has been described as "the last colony on earth".
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Polisario Front declares war on Morocco over Western Sahara region
A small part of Western Sahara is controlled by the self-proclaimed Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic. Now their army broke a 29-year-old ceasefire, declaring war on Morocco.
Jimi Hendrix legends and myths live on in Moroccan village
50 years after guitar legend Jimi Hendrix's untimely death, a village on Morocco's Atlantic coast pulsates with his memory.
How might the next invention by battery anode creator Rachid Yazami change your life?
Moroccan scientist, Professor Rachid Yazami’s passion for science started as a child, in his native Fez, with a fascination for geology.
Italian farmers pay for workers' flights
Farmers in Italy have been paying for seasonal workers to return from abroad to harvest crops or risk bankruptcy
Rabat tramways don face masks to encourage Moroccans to wear them
Tramways in Rabat are decorated with face masks, which people must wear outdoors as part of Morocco's battle against COVID-19.
How are MENA athletes reacting to the delay of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics?
For the first time in its 124-year history, the Olympic Games have been delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Number of Brits granted EU citizenship has doubled since referendum
In 2018 UK nationals were the seventh biggest recipients of EU citizenships.
Coronavirus: German tourists stuck in Morocco
Thousands of European tourists are stranded abroad as the coronavirus pandemic has caused the cancellation of their flights back to Europe. Euronews spoke to Germans stuck in Morocco.
Touzani's 'Adam' looks at the lives of two isolated Moroccan women
The film was well-received in Morocco, giving rise to many debates within a society that is still very phallocentric.
NBA jnr league basketball takes off in Morocco
The jnr. NBA program and OCP group, a world-leader in the phosphate industry, in an effort to teach life skills and empower youths across Morocco are tapping into what they have called the transformative power of basketball.
Sahrawi activist: My struggle to keep conflict with Morocco peaceful
Sahrawi activist Aminatu Haidar, winner of the alternative Nobel Prize, told Euronews that human rights must be guaranteed to her community.
How is Women As Partners In Progress promoting gender equality in the MENA region?
The Women As Partners In Progress International Conference in Jordan showcased key initiatives for gender equality in the Middle East and North Africa region.