A tragic derailment of a train linking Rabat and Kenitra, in the region of Bouknadel, happened on Tuesday, and caused several casualties and injuries.
In Morocco, King Mohamed VI granted pardon to 188 activists of the disputed Rif movement. It comes as the religious festival of Eid started on Monday
Morocco may have relaxed migration controls into Europe as leverage in key negotiations with Brussels, it’s been claimed.
Inspire Africa features a deaf-mute Semba dance instructor in Mauritius, a 23 year old Moroccan engineer who has designed a power-less refrigerator and talk to the brain behind an online platform prom
Moroccan fan says he was detained by police and had his passport taken for wearing a T-shirt criticising Fifa
What's changed since Moroccan Nordin Amrabat’s decision to play in the group stages following a concussion five days prior?
Spain topped Group B after a thrilling 2-2 draw with Morocco.
Christiano Ronaldo scores 1-0 for Portugal in the match against Morocco.
It was down to the last minute, but Iran took the lead from Morocco in a 1-0 goal.
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United States president Donald Trump on Thursday tweeted his support for the North American bid for the 2026 soccer World Cup and issued a veiled threat to nations that might oppose it.
The fourth stage covers a huge 86.2km, with runners having to complete the stage within 35 hours
The Crans Montana Forum returns for the 4th consecutive year to Dakhla in Western Sahara, to discuss "Africa and South-South Cooperation".
When the Winter Olympics open this week, one athlete sure to break records is cross-country skiier Pita Taufatofua.
He's set to become the first person from Tonga to participate in both Winter and Summer Games.
Diplomats from six Arab countries have pledged to seek international recognition of an independent Palestinian state with East Jerusalem as its capital.
The 2017 Visa For Music (VFM) has taken place in the Moroccan city of Rabat, Morocco.
A stall giving out food was submerged by crowds in the impoverished town of Sidi Boulaalam.
The incident happened as food aid was being distributed
Twenty-two Belgian police officers injured, city centre shops looted, and cars burned.