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Morocco king pardons over a thousand prisoners

30 July, 2017

Protest group leader and 175 others remain in detention after mass pardon is granted for protesters who were 'not implicated in serious acts'.

Photoblog: The ancient babs of modern Marrakech

26 July, 2017

The babs of Marrakech have been absorbed into the modern and diverse city - photos by Ruqaya Izzidien.

The Twitter tournament: This week in Middle East football

26 July, 2017

Blog: The Arab Club Championship represents a serious mark for sports broadcasting as it becomes the first football tournament to be broadcast live on Twitter, writes Uri Levy.

Two Moroccan UN peacekeepers killed in C. Africa attack

25 July, 2017

Pro-Christian militias killed two Moroccan UN peacekeepers in the Central African Republic's southeast on Tuesday, according to the United Nations.

Moroccan journalist jailed over Rif protets

25 July, 2017

A journalist in Morocco was sentenced to three months in jail after being convicted of "inviting" people to take part in banned protests in the restive north.

German runaway girl in Iraq wants to 'go home'

24 July, 2017

A German teenager who joined IS is now being held in detention in Iraq and says she regrets joining the jihadist group and wants to come home to her family.

Reporters Without Borders slams Morocco's coverage of Rif protests

22 July, 2017

Reporters Without Borders (RSF) accused the Moroccan authorities of hindering coverage of unrest in the Rif region on Saturday.

Quebec town rejects plan to build Muslim cemetery

18 July, 2017

Society: A small community near Canada's Quebec City has voted against building what would have been the first Muslim cemetery near the provincial capital, reports Jillian Kestler D'Amours.

Morocco jails six for hailing Russian envoy Ankara murder

14 July, 2017

A court in Morocco has sentenced six people to one year in jail for hailing the December 2016 assassination of Russia's ambassador to Turkey in Ankara.

Qatar uncowed: Boycott-busting bovine arrive to break siege

12 July, 2017

A first batch of boycott-busting cows have been airlifted to Qatar to boost milk supplies in the country after a Saudi-led coalition cut ties with Doha last month.

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