Friday, 29 September 2023 04:35

The Moroccan experimental nuclear physicist Kawtar Hafidi has recently been named director of Physics Division at the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Argonne National Laboratory.

The 21st edition of the Moroccan enrollment meeting "Forum Horizons Maroc" was organized on 22 January 2017 in Paris by the Association of Moroccans the French « Grandes Ecoles » (AMGE-Caravane).

In an article published by the Irish paper, Eoghan Harris praised the climate of tolerance, coexistence and openness prevailing in Morocco, stressing that the Kingdom is a model for Muslim countries.

With anti-Muslim hate crimes and bigotry on the rise, UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres said, Tuesday 17 january, communities that look different become easy scapegoats in times of insecurity and asserted that "discrimination diminishes us all"

Hanane Charrihi, daugther of one of the 86 victims of the Nice terrorist attacks last year, publishes « My Motherland », a book that relates the loss of her mother in the attacks and France, her motherland.

HM King Mohammed VI has given his high Instructions to improve the integration of foreigners, particularly Africans, in the kingdom, the Interior Ministry said Tuesday 10 january 2017.

« The construction of a wall along the U.S.-Mexican border is seen by the Amercians as a less important goal for immigration policy than several other objectives, such as cracking down on visa overstays » says a recent study of the américan Think Tank Pew Research Center.

HM King Mohammed VI will pay for the remains transfer of the Moroccan nationals who died in the terror attack that hit Saturday night a touristic site in Istanbul in addition to health care for the Moroccans wounded in this attack.

A mass illegal immigration attempt, by 800 Sub-Saharan nationals, to storm into the occupied city of Sebta took place on Sunday 1st december 2017, the interior ministry said in a statement.

In conformity with the instructions of HM King Mohammed VI and following the migration and humanitarian crisis due to the massive expulsion of Sub-Saharans to Niger, Morocco will send an emergency aid to those expelled who are in a situation of extreme precariousness at a center located in the north of Niger.

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