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The International Center for Law and Religious Studies of the State of Utah held its 24th session, from 1 to 3 October 2017, on the subject "Religion and Religious Freedom in a Changing World" .

The Grand Mosque Mohammed VI of Saint-Étienne (France) hosts since Sunday 17 September 2017, a pictural exhibition on living together, in partnership with the Moroccan Jewish Museum of Casablanca.

The Global Hope Coalition awarded here, on Monday 18 September 2017, the Special Recognition Award for Leadership in the promotion of tolerance and cross-cultural rapprochement to HM King Mohammed VI "for the visionary leadership of the Sovereign in promoting harmony between different cultures both in Morocco and on the international scene".

A  stele in remembrance of the Moroccan soldiers who fought during the Battle of the Marne in 1914, was inaugurated Saturday, September 16, 2017 in the municipality of Chauconin-Neufmontiers (Paris region). Several Moroccan and French dignitaries attended the commemoration.

Some 40 imams too part in training workshops and study days in a project launched in September 2015 conducted by the Goethe Institute and in partnership with the Council of the Moroccan Community living abroad, (CCME), the European Council of Moroccan Oulémas (CEOM) and the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees in Germany. The aims of the program were the  mechanisms and methods of youth coaching, the youth radicalization, the political system in Germany and political and social participation.

More than 50 African civil society organizations and members of the continent Diaspora met on 28-29 August 2017 in Bamako to discuss the Global protocol on African  Migration.

Tetouan - HM King Mohammed VI delivered on Sunday a speech to the Nation on the occasion of the 64th anniversary of the Revolution of the King and People.

HM King Mohammed VI sent a message of condolences to King Felipe VI of Spain and Queen Letizia following the terrorist attack that hit a tourist area downtown Bacelona.

Three Moroccan nationals were wounded in Barcelona’s terror attack that took place on Thursday, according to a Moroccan consular source in the Spanish city.

Following the terrorist bloody attack  of Thursday 17 August 2017 in Barcelona, ​​where a van driver right into the crowd  in the very busy avenue Las Ramblas, killing more than 13 people and injuring several people, the Council of the Moroccan Community Living Abroad (CCME) condemns this abominable terrorist act, which is an attack against the values ​​of living together, peace and security that have distinguished the city of Barcelona for centuries. 

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