EU will renew fisheries agreement with Morocco much to the Polisario’s discontent

The European Union is determined to renew in 2018 the fisheries agreement with Morocco, which came into force in 2014, a news that distraught the Polisario leaders. Brussels made the ... Continue Reading →

Sahara: Rabat, Laayoune Might be Removed from Ban Ki-Moon’s Agenda

At Morocco’s request, the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon will not travel to Rabat and Laayoune, in the framework of his first North African tour to kick off on March 4 in a ... Continue Reading →

Living Standards in Southern Provinces, the Highest in Morocco

Living standards in Morocco’s southern provinces are among the highest in the Kingdom, thanks to the flow of investment and the momentum created by the structuring sustainable development ... Continue Reading →

Western Sahara: 30,000 demonstrators in Laayoune demand autonomy, departure of MINURSO

More than 30,000 people took to the street Saturday night in Laayoune, the main town in Western Sahara, to call for the adoption of the autonomy plan as the sole and unique solution ... Continue Reading →