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50 years after guitar legend Jimi Hendrix's untimely death, a village on Morocco's Atlantic coast pulsates with his memory.
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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.
Recycling fish waste into leather
On this episode of Inspire Africa, Jerry Bambi works with fishermen, and tells the story of how fish waste is being recycled into leather in Morocco.
Morocco criticised over press freedom after journalist's fine
A journalist has criticised Morocco over press freedom after being fined for allegedly not having the right media accreditation.
The Gnaoua Music Festival celebrated centuries of musical tradition
The internationally renowned festival in Morocco fused together a range of genres including Gnaoua music - an ancient African Islamic repertoire of songs and rhythms.
Shots fired at mosque in Spanish exclave Ceuta
Nobody was killed or injured in the attack, which happened at dawn as some worshippers were praying inside.
Fears mount for over 20 African migrants missing in Mediterranean Sea
There are fears that at least 20 migrants from Africa may have lost their lives in the Mediterranean while attempting to reach Spain from Morocco
This social enterprise is upcycling waste to create jobs
Launched back in 2017, the Koun Association aims to provide jobs for young men and women.
Migrant found hiding in vehicle's glove box by border police
A migrant was found hiding in a vehicle's glove box on the border between Morocco and the Spanish enclave of Melilla.
UN looks for 'compromise' during renewed talks on Western Sahara
A second round of talks mediated by the UN seeks a "compromise" over the Western Sahara conflict.
MEPs back controversial EU fishing deal with Morocco
The European Parliament has voted overwhelmingly in favour of an EU trade deal with Morocco which includes fishing rights off the disputed coast of Western Sahara. However, MEP`s were advised by Human Rights Watch to first take the matter to the European Court of Justice, as the UN does not recogn