A 40-year-old woman was arrested Thursday in south London on suspicion of terror offenses, the Metropolitan Police said.
Authorities arrested a Moroccan man they say was planning a suicide attack on the Capitol. CNN's Brian Todd has more.
The arrest of a 29-year-old Moroccan living illegally in the United States has focused attention again on the danger posed by "lone-wolf" terrorists.
Officials accuse a Moroccan man of plotting to set off a suicide bomb at the U.S. Capitol. CNN's Brian Todd reports.
Living Golf visits North Africa to see how the game is developing in Morocco.
Morocco's king asked the head of a moderate Islamist party to form a government Tuesday, state media said, after the party claimed victory in the country's first parliamentary elections since constitutional reforms this summer.
A moderate Islamist party claimed victory in Morocco's first parliamentary elections since constitutional reforms this summer.
A moderate Islamist party appears to be heading toward victory as votes are counted in Morocco's first parliamentary elections since constitutional reforms in the summer.
Moroccans went to the polls Friday in the country's first parliamentary elections since adopting a new constitution following mass protests over unemployment and corruption.
Marketplace Middle East travels to Morocco, where plans are under way to put the country on the global shipping map.
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A Moroccan court on Friday sentenced to death Adil Othmani, the main suspect in a terrorist attack in Marrakech last spring, Morocco's state news agency, Maghreb Arabe Presse, reported.
Two Spaniards and an Italian were kidnapped overnight in Algeria from a Western Sahara encampment where they were providing aid, officials said Sunday.
Weeks after Moroccans voted to approve a referendum on constitutional reforms, the country's king called for new parliamentary elections to be held soon.
A plane crash in southern Morocco killed 78 people Tuesday, the state news agency reported.
Moroccans voted Friday to approve a referendum on constitutional reforms that would weaken the king's powers and boost those of the government.
Morocco prepares for a referendum on constitutional reforms. CNN's Elise Labott reports.
Countries in the Middle East and North Africa have been swept up in protests against longtime rulers since the January revolt that ousted Tunisian strongman Zine El Abidine Ben Ali. In many cases, these demonstrations and movements have been met with brute force and escalated into seemingly unending violence. Here are the latest developments from each country and information on the roots of the unrest.
CNN's Errol Barnett talks with analyst Shadi Hamid about the lack of depth in reforms announced by Morocco's king.
A few thousand people turned out Sunday to protest in Morocco, saying the king's proposed constitutional reforms don't go far enough.
Some protesters not satisfied with the Moroccan king's proposed constitutional reforms have called for a peaceful demonstration Sunday.
King Mohammed VI of Morocco declared sweeping constitutional reforms Friday that will boost the power of the prime minister and take away some of his own.
One of Morocco's most controversial journalists and publisher has been convicted of publishing misleading information and sentenced to one year in prison after articles he wrote enraged the government.
Ramona, Jill, LuAnn and their costars get a lesson while in Morocco
Security forces in Morocco appear to be intensifying their hard-line crackdown on demonstrators, with a second violent clash over the weekend leaving scores of youths injured.
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Coalition forces in Afghanistan say that a recent security operation in the southeast part of the country suggests an influx of foreign fighters may be underway, just as the Taliban begins its "fighting season" against NATO troops.
Journalist Boris Thiolay describes an explosion that ripped through a popular cafe in Marrakech, Morocco.
Three more suspects have been arrested in connection with the April 28 bombing in Marrakech which killed 17 people and injured 20 others.
Moroccan authorities continued Monday with their investigation into last month's bombing in Marrakech after a weekend protest rally in there heightened tension over the attack.
A North African Al Qaeda group is denying responsibility for last month's bombing of a popular cafe in Morocco's south central tourist city of Marrakech, which killed 16 people and injured 21, according to a report Saturday.
Morocco's Interior Ministry said Thursday that three Moroccan suspects loyal to al Qaeda have been arrested in connection with last month's bombing at a popular Marrakech cafe, the official Maghreb Arabe Presse news agency reported.
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Single mothers in Morocco are breaking records.
The bombing that ripped through a popular cafe in the Moroccan city of Marrakech apparently was set off at a distance, the state-run news agency said on Friday, citing the nation's interior minister.
A series of explosions that killed 15 people when they erupted Thursday morning in a cafe in the city of Marrakech was an act of terrorism, Morocco's interior minister said.
Thousands of Moroccans held a peaceful demonstration nationwide Sunday, calling for a radical overhaul of the country's governance before a new constitution is unveiled in June by King Mohammed VI.
Morocco's Facebook youth movement Fevrier 20 has called on civil society groups the length of the country to participate in a nationwide demonstration Sunday.
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.
A Saudi Arabian novelist has become the first woman to win the International Prize for Arabic Fiction, which she shares with a Moroccan writer.
The Moroccan king has pledged sweeping constitutional reforms as neighboring nations face violent uprisings demanding more democracy.
Marc Ginsberg, fmr. US Ambassador to Morocco, says young Arabs don't see the US offering tangible support for democracy.
Five charred bodies were found Monday in a Moroccan bank that burned down during protests the day before, Morocco's state-run news agency reported, citing the country's interior minister.
King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia arrived in Casablanca, Morocco, on Saturday to continue his recovery from back surgery late last year, the official Saudi Press Agency reported.
The overthrow of the Ben Ali regime in Tunisia on Friday -- following weeks of demonstrations, riots, and killings -- highlights a broader uprising or intifada taking place throughout North Africa.
A Moroccan terror network with plans to attack "hot spots across the world" has been dismantled, a state-run Morocco news agency said Monday.
At least 24 people died in Morocco on Tuesday when a bus fell into a river, the North African country's official news agency said, citing emergency and rescue units.
A Russian woman who did not want her daughter to fly abroad to get married told police Wednesday the daughter was going to blow up a plane, officials said.
Thousands gathered in Spain's capital Saturday to protest violence in Western Sahara, a long-disputed region of northwestern Africa, CNN's Spanish affiliate reported.
Spain is demanding that Morocco explain the death of an apparent Spanish citizen, according to a Spanish Foreign Ministry statement.
Deadly clashes erupted this week between Moroccan forces and local rebels in Western Sahara -- a long-disputed region of northwestern Africa.
The body of the managing director of one of the richest investment funds in the world was found Tuesday, four days after he disappeared after a plane crash in Morocco, the official Moroccan news agency reported.
CNN's Leone Lakhani reports on the funeral of the head of Abu Dhabi's sovereign fund.
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At least 41 people died when a centuries-old minaret collapsed at a mosque in Morocco on Friday, the country's official news agency reported on Saturday.
A 400-year-old minaret collapsed Friday on worshipers in Meknes, Morocco, killing 36 and injuring 71, the official news agency Maghreb Arabe Presse reported, citing the Interior Ministry.
A Spanish court Wednesday convicted five men accused of Islamic terrorist activities that included aiding fugitives from the Madrid train bombings of 2004 and planning other attacks.
An award-winning independence activist returned home to Western Sahara early Friday from Spain.
An award-winning Western Sahara independence activist who has been on a month-long hunger strike was flying from Spain late Thursday to the airport where Morocco refused her entry last month, CNN partner station CNN+ reported.
An award-winning Western Sahara independence activist in the 32nd day of a hunger strike in Spain was expected to be returned soon to an airport where Morocco refused her entry last month, CNN partner station CNN+ reported late Thursday.
With each passing day, she looks a little weaker.
CNN's Al Goodman reports on the growing concern over activist Aminatou Haidar's hunger strike in Lanzarote, Spain.
An award-winning Western Sahara independence activist on the 25th day of her hunger strike at a Spanish airport said Thursday she wants to return home to live with her family, "but in dignity."
Jazz artist Malika Zarra talks about crossing cultural boundaries with her unique blend of French, English and Arabic vocals.
From Morocco to New York Malika Zarra has taken her mezzo-soprano voice across the world, crossing both musical and cultural boundaries. Singing in French and Arabic she's redefining the term fusion and adding her unique sound to the world of jazz.
At least 11 people were killed and 30 wounded after a stampede ensued at the close of an eight-day music festival in Morocco on Saturday night, the country's news agency said.
Iran said Saturday that Morocco's decision to cut diplomatic ties between the two countries harms Muslim unity, state media reported.
Spanish authorities have arrested a Moroccan man wanted for alleged terrorist plots in Spain and Morocco, Spain's Interior Ministry announced Thursday.
A Moroccan court sentenced a Moroccan man to 20 years in prison for his role in the Madrid train bombings of 2004, in a case built on evidence from Spanish police, a Spanish court spokeswoman said Friday.
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.
A Moroccan prosecutor on Tuesday urged a court to impose prison sentences ranging from 10 to 20 years for alleged members of a militant cell accused of supporting insurgents in Iraq and plotting terrorist bombings
Moroccan security services have broken up an alleged al Qaeda-linked terrorist network planning attacks in the North African country and in Belgium, Morocco's state-run news agency reported Monday.
Fifty five people were killed and 12 others were seriously injured in Casablanca.
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.
Sunny Spain and Portugal, along with Morocco's gateway city of Tangier, beckon travelers who delight in ornate architecture, authentic culture and people-watching strolls in the cool of the evening. Here's what to expect if you visit this year.
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.
Authorities are examining a photo taken in Morocco showing a child who appears to resemble missing British toddler Madeleine McCann, a spokesman for the girl's family told CNN Wednesday.
UPDATE: British and Spanish reporters claim to have found the girl that some believed might have been Madeleine McCann. London's Evening Standard says the girl is actually a 5-year-old from the village of Zinat in Morocco, the BBC reports. More to come...
I love Morocco, but I've always called Tangier the Tijuana of Africa. That has changed. Tangier was a neglected hellhole for a generation. It was an international city -- favored by the West and, therefore, disdained by the last king of Morocco who made a point to divert national investment away from Morocco's fourth city.
Although only the narrow Straits of Gibraltar separate Morocco from Spain, the announcement last week of huge capital investment by the United Arab Emirates has brought the Gulf states economically closer to the North African country than their European neighbors.
Western Sahara's exiled Polisario Front independence movement has released all of its remaining Moroccan prisoners of war -- a total of 404 -- the International Committee of the Red Cross and a U.S. official said.
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.
Rescuers are desperately searching in remote communities of northern Morocco for survivors of a devastating earthquake that killed nearly 600 people.
The deadly earthquake in northern Morocco struck a populated area with few modern amenities and limited access to the outside world.
The shattering earthquake that struck northern Morocco early Tuesday has claimed 564 lives, the country's Interior Ministry said as hundreds of people prepared to spend the night outside for fear of aftershocks.
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