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Is Morocco the next big destination for wine tourists?
The Moroccan port of Essaouira is an unexpected addition to the wine tourism map.
Morocco holds funeral for little Rayan who died trapped in well
Moroccans attend the funeral of Rayan, a five-year-old boy who spent five days trapped down a well, sparking a vast rescue operation that gripped the world but ended in tragedy
Morocco buries boy, 5, who died after falling down deep well
The funeral took place in the northern village of Ighrane, where the drama unfolded.
Five-year-old Rayan, who fell into a well in Morocco, has died
Rayan fell into a 32-metre well located outside his home in the village of Ighran in Morocco’s mountainous northern Chefchaouen province on Tuesday evening.
Rescuers dig to save boy, 5, trapped in a well for three days
The boy has been stuck in the well since Tuesday evening.
Planting for the future: Morocco lays the seeds for Africa's agricultural revolution
In an era of climate change, what might tomorrow's agriculture in Africa look like? Focus heads to Morocco to find out.
Meet the travellers who pay to get lost in the middle of nowhere
These trips offer mystery adventures for clients craving their very own ‘survivor’ experience.
Learning how to kitesurf in Africa's windiest city
We find out what it's like learning to kitesurf in Essaouira.
Clashes as Morocco forces block access to Ceuta
Moroccan migrants scuffle with police in Fnideq, on the Moroccan side of the border with Spain, in the hope of a new opening towards the Spanish enclave of Ceuta, where thousands of would-be emigrants have been flocking since Monday
The book is helping the environment, one love story at a time
A social enterprise is crowdfunding for the book which will help fund environmental projects in the country.
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.
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.
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.
Many Muslims around the world begin Ramadan under lockdown
In many countries Muslims are under lockdown and many communal rituals that are so integral to the holy month of fasting can't be performed.
Fish out of water: How is Moroccan surfer Ramzi Boukhiam training during quarantine?
Set to represent in Morocco in the first ever surfing competition in the Olympic Games, Ramzi Boukhiam is now dealing with the Tokyo 2020 Games’ postponement to 2021.
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.
The woman risking her life in the desert to document climate change
Scottish adventurer Alice Morrison is on the verge of spending three months in the Sahara Desert.
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.
Street art brings a pop of colour to Casablanca
The city's walls and buildings have been adorned with modern paintings, in celebration of Morocco's annual Sbagha Bagha festival
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.
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.