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Polisario Front leader replaces prime minister

05 February, 2018

Abdelkader Taleb Omar has been forced out, and Mohamed Alwali Akaik, a close ally of the president, has been sworn in, as alliances and rivalries anticipate the Front's forthcoming Congress.

Morocco jails journalist for 4 years 'over Facebook post'

05 February, 2018

A Moroccan court has sentenced a blogger and founder of a news website critical of the government to four years in prison for 'promoting terrorism' and 'inciting dissidence'.

Ryanair expands to Jordan, promising 'half a million tourists'

05 February, 2018

Irish budget airline Ryanair will launch flights to Amman and Aqaba in Jordan in March, expanding its operations in the Middle East where it currently operates in Israel and Morocco.

At least 90 migrants feared dead off Libya's coast

02 February, 2018

More than 90 migrants are feared dead after a boat capsized off Libya's coast as they attempted to cross the Mediterranean Sea.

Behind Algeria's Iranian book ban

30 January, 2018

Blog: Fears of Iranian influences sparking sectarian divisions in Algeria are unlikely to stop future cooperation between Algiers and Tehran, writes Habibulah Lamin.

Morocco's first spy satellite fuels regional rivalry

30 January, 2018

Blog: Impoverished citizenries are paying the price as each country races to the stars, writes Habibulah Lamin.

In a suspicious world, Middle East arts flourish

30 January, 2018

It's refreshing to remember that the terrorists depicted in western media and entertainment as modern-day bogeymen represent but an infinitesimal fraction of the real Middle East, writes Jordan Elgrably.

Hashish sparks Algeria-Morocco war of words

29 January, 2018

Chances of a swift resolution go up in smoke as Algeria's accusations against Morocco threaten to deepen the rift between the two countries.

Western Sahara talks represent major challenge to EU

29 January, 2018

Morocco's control of the Western Sahara enables Rabat to maintain strong links with the European Union.

IMF urges Arab states to tackle economic 'frustration'

28 January, 2018

Reforms in Arab states have proved a delicate balancing act with countries seeking to benefit from IMF loans having to reduce budget deficits, resulting in rising living costs.

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