Thousands of disgruntled teachers are expected to descend on Rabat, Morocco's capital, on Wednesday to protest the outcome of an earlier demonstration -- in which they claim 65 colleagues were seriously injured in a battle with police.
Whether hungry for love, adventure, fun or food, readers on your holiday gift list can get their fill from a variety of travel books this holiday season. Here's a sampling of six dishes from the buffet.
Question: I'm 58 and have never opened any kind of a retirement account. Is it too late for me to do so now, or should I hope that Social Security will be there when I retire in a few years? --Vincent I., Denver, Colorado
It's not easy going to a job interview when the first item people see listed in your "experience" column is a name synonymous with financial disaster. "One of the things I've discovered is that having Lehman on your resume is not a good thing," says Anthony Singh with a slight smile.
A Spanish court on Tuesday agreed to temporarily extradite a man convicted in the 2004 Madrid train bombings to Morocco, where he faces charges in connection with the Casablanca bombings in 2003, a court spokeswoman told CNN.
Spanish police Tuesday arrested two Moroccan men suspected of having links to Islamic terrorism, Spain's Ministry of Interior said, including one man wanted in connection with attacks in Casablanca in 2003.
Cameron Etezadi and his girlfriend are on their way from Seattle to Casablanca, Morocco, when their flight is delayed in London by weather. British Airways agrees to refund the couple's money, but one year later, there's no sign of a check. Is the airline pocketing their fare, or is something else going on?
Take a handful of screen goddesses and a clutch of matinee idols, put them together and one thing's sure to happen. Nobody does love like they do in the movies: this month on the Screening Room, we've picked our favorite silver-screen romantic moments.
The North African country with the fastest growth rate in tourism sent out a clear message that its own private sector will now play a more prominent role in developing its all-important travel industry, indicating that it is ready to use expertise acquired over several decades of steady growth to spearhead new initiatives that would put a large number of unknown sub-Saharan countries on the map.
Algerian security forces have stepped up their presence on the streets of the capital, Algiers, one day after the city was shaken by two deadly bomb blasts and amid fears of a renewed insurgency in the north African country.
Three suspected members of a terrorist group blew up themselves, and police shot a fourth after a chase in Casablanca's al Fida neighborhood, security services said, according to Morocco's state-run news agency, Maghreb Arabe Presse.
QUESTION: I'm 43, my wife is 40, we earn $130,000 a year and we're trying to figure out if we're on the right track to retire when I turn 55. We have $350,000 in our 401(k)s, another $110,000 in a company pension plan, $12,000 in a Roth IRA and $20,000 in mutual funds, most of which is invested in a diversified group of stocks. We also have $100,000 invested in several individual stocks.
Former Secretary of State Colin Powell has suggested that European leaders are pretending to be shocked by news reports America took suspected terrorists to secret prison camps in Europe for interrogation.
A key suspect in the Madrid train bombings has appeared as a witness at the trial of 24 al Qaeda suspects in Madrid, as authorities seek to clarify how well he knew several of the suspects -- including the alleged ringleader.
A Spanish judge has charged a Moroccan man in the Madrid train bombing case with collaboration with an Islamic terrorist organization, raising to 19 the number of suspects charged in the case, a National Court spokeswoman tells CNN.
In a nationally televised speech ahead of a major Muslim religious holiday, Morocco's King Mohamed VI said Friday that his country has developed a plan to steer away from the kind of terrorism Casablanca experienced nearly one year ago.
Spanish authorities have arrested five more people in connection with last week's bombings of Madrid commuter trains, and five men previously in custody appeared in court as the death toll from those attacks rose to 202.
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- A document written by a senior al Qaeda figure last December and obtained exclusively by CNN revealed the terrorist group was focused on splitting Spain from the U.S.-led coalition in Iraq.
A man who claimed he was being abducted -- leading to the diversion of a Moroccan jetliner after it left a New York airport -- was charged Friday evening with making false statements to the FBI, a statement from the Justice Department said.