Europe depends heavily on Morocco for cooperation on two most important concerns: Migration and counterterrorism.
More than 65,000 fled their homes in the past two weeks as Iraqi fighters push into the city's densely populated west.
Dental students have decided to suspend their hunger strike after a letter from the secretary-general of the Ministry of Higher Education granted permission for a meeting with the student representatives yesterday.
The three-tonne torso of a massive statue that may be of one of Egypt's most famous pharaohs has been lifted from mud and groundwater.
Troops commanded by Libyan military strongman Khalifa Haftar launched an assault on Tuesday to seize two of the country's key eastern oil terminals, a spokesman said.
Aid deliveries have all but stopped for hundreds of thousands of Syrians living under siege, a medical group said Tuesday, raising the risk of death from starvation, malnutrition or a lack of basic medical care.
With great fanfare, the governor of Qassim province announced the creation of a girl's council, the first of its kind in the kingdom, intended to offer more opportunities for women and give them a voice.
The ongoing conflict in Afghanistan has the country firmly in its grip. Security advisor Philipp Schweers looks at the current situation and what it means for refugees to return there.
Two Iranians were sentenced to death in Iran on Sunday on charges of founding a “cult” and promoting moral corruption.
Turkey's war of words with the Netherlands has worsened after the Turkish president accused the Dutch of carrying out a massacre of Muslim men at Srebrenica, Bosnia, in 1995.