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EU parliament head in Libya urges trafficker 'blacklist'

09 July, 2018

As the EU grapples with the issue of migration from Africa and the Middle East, European Parliament chief in Libya called for a 'blacklist' of people smugglers.

Lebanon told to legalise hashish to solve economic crisis

09 July, 2018

Hashish has long been cultivated illegally in Lebanon, particularly in the Bekaa Valley, historically a stronghold for Hizballah and outlaw groups.

Asylum processing centres would merely mask EU migration failings

02 July, 2018

Comment: So long as the testimonies of people on the move are ignored, the EU will continue to struggle with a crisis of its own making, writes Vicki Squire.

Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia 'considering joint World Cup 2030 bid'

02 July, 2018

A Maghrebi Mondial in 2030? Algeria's sports minister hints at a shared World Cup with North African neighbours Tunisia and Morocco

Hardliners rejoice and NGOs mourn: EU agrees migrant response

29 June, 2018

The EU deal has caused mixed reaction with hardliners welcoming the move and NGOs slamming the decision as 'demonising' rescuers.

Tunisia exits World Cup after 2-1 win over Panama

29 June, 2018

Blog: The Tunisians beat Panama 2-1 on the final day of the group stage action, giving them their second World Cup match win since 1978.

Moroccan court slaps three year sentence on journalist

28 June, 2018

Rights groups have criticised authorities for the arrest and jail sentence, saying Hamid El Mahdaoui did not commit a crime.

Morocco rejects EU moves for it to host migrants

28 June, 2018

Morocco's foreign minister has rejected the idea of hosting reception centres for refugees in his country.

So long to freedom of expression in Morocco

27 June, 2018

Comment: The brief period of openness that followed the uprising in 2011 did not last long. Today, civil rights are curtailed, and demonstrators thrown into prison, writes Ilhem Rachidi.

Seasonal Moroccan fruit pickers exploited, sexually assaulted in Spain

27 June, 2018

Some 16,000 Moroccan migrants arrived in Spain this year to pick fruit, and some say they were exploited and even sexually assaulted.

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