King Mohammed VI & French President Urge Libyan MPs to Endorse New Cabinet

King Mohammed VI and French president François Hollande have called on the Libyan House of Representatives “to quickly approve” the new line-up for unity government to restore peace to Libya where the prevailing violence is threatening the stability of the Read more

Morocco Taking Part in North Thunder Drills

Morocco is taking part in the North Thunder joint military drills started on Monday in Hafer al-Batin in northeastern Saudi Arabia, along some 20 Arab and Islamic countries, notably Egypt, Jordan, Gulf Cooperation Council Members, Malaysia, Pakistan, Sudan, and Yemen. Read more

Riyadh Mending Fences between Turkey & Egypt

Riyadh is endeavoring to improve ties between Ankara and Cairo after three years of diplomatic hold-up due following the overthrow of Mohamed Morsi in 2013. “Saudi Arabia has put forward a number of suggestions on how to resolve the differences Read more

In Amenas Attack: Algerian Army Killed Hostages (Japanese Daily)

Japanese newspaper “Nikkan-Gendai” has published shocking revelations on the 2013 In Amenas terrorist attack in Algeria, accusing Algerian forces of shooting hostages, while government reports had said the hostages were killed by terrorists in revenge operation. The In Amenas gas Read more

Morocco: Local elections open, who will win?

Around 14 million Moroccans are heading to the polls this Friday to cast their ballot papers in local and regional elections set to be a popularity test for the Islamist ruling party and other parties trying to emerge as important Read more