Victor Valdes Keeps Hopes to Convince Manchester United’ Coach

Rabat - Following his public discord with Manchester United coach Louis van Gaal, Spanish goalkeeper, Victor Valdes, has received a glimmer of hope, as he was named on the Manchester United Premier League squad list. A report by the Daily Mail said the former Barcelona player has been added to the shortlist along with fellow goalkeepers David De Gea, Sergio Romero, and Sam Johnstone. However, United confirm ...

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After Chelsea’ Eva Carneiro’s Polemic, Spartak Moscow’s Medic is the New Social Media Favorite

Rabat - After the hype of Chelsea’s medic Eva Carneiro, Spartak Moscow’s doctor Viktoriya Gameeva has become the viral hit worldwide, making waves on social media. Since last Monday, Spartak Moscow’s medic has been focusing her attention in Russia and making it well-known on her Instagram account - which has over 28,000 followers – by posting a picture of herself wearing an FC Chelsea jersey. Viktoriya Game ...

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France: Moroccan-Born Myriam El Khomri Appointed Minister of Labor

Rabat - Moroccan-born Myriam El Khmori is France’s new Minister of Labor, replacing François Rebsamen who resigned from office, announced the Elysée Palace on Wednesday. A press release by the Elysée Palace informed that French President François Hollande “appointed Mrs. Myriam El Khomri the new Minister of Labor, Employment, Vocational Training and Social Dialogue.” El Khomri’s appointment follows the resi ...

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Brazil: New Destinations for Moroccans Looking for New Opportunities

Miami - Moroccan nationals who choose to live abroad are making Brazil their new destination. The South American country is attracting the Moroccan diaspora due to its multicultural approach and economic opportunities. Brazil has become a top economic power in Latin America and its benefits are being recognized by Moroccans who immigrate to cities like “Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, Brasilia, Recife and Porto ...

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Fights Break Out Over Opening Mosque in Australia

Rabat - Violent clashes erupted on Saturday afternoon between opposing protest groups over plans for building a mosque in Bendigo, a city in Victoria, Australia. About 300 anti-mosque protesters, mostly from the United Patriots Front, who gathered in Northern Victoria were faced with a counter rally with equal number of protesters from anti-racist groups including ‘No Room for Racism’ and ‘the Socialist Alt ...

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Germany: Angela Merkel Stands Firm Against Hatred of Migrants

Casablanca - In the Saxon town of Heidenau in eastern Germany, Chancellor Angela Merkel visited a refugee camp and condemned the recent extreme right-wing violence against asylum seekers in the strongest terms. Germany is currently facing many difficulties regarding the increasing number of refugees, which has led to violent attacks and overextension of government services. A few days prior to Merkel’s visi ...

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Brazil: Injured Toucan Receives 3D-Printed Beak

Casablanca - A Brazilian toucan lost the upper part of its beak due to illegal wildlife trafficking. The female bird, named Tieta, was found malnourished and in a miserable condition before she was rescued from a wildlife animal fair in Rio de Janeiro. It is not clearly known whether she lost her upper beak during a fight with another toucan while being transported in a tiny box or if she was a victim of vi ...

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Identity of Moroccan who Opened Fire Aboard French Train Revealed

Rabat - French authorities have disclosed the identity of the Moroccan extremist who opened fire onboard a high-speed train destined for Paris on Friday, injuring two people. The name of the gunman was confirmed by French intelligence services as Ayoub El-Khazani, a 25-year-old Moroccan who had lived in Spain and briefly in Belgium. French intelligence also said the suspect had travelled to fight in Syria l ...

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Afghan Terrorist Organization IMU Pledges Allegiance to ISIS

Miami - The Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU), one of Afghanistan’s largest terrorist organizations, has joined forces with the Islamic State (ISIS) causing an uproar in the nation and parts of Central Asia. According to senior Afghan officials, IMU has been actively threatening the Afghan government all summer, especially in northern areas. Violence has been increasing at the borders and IMU’s reach has ...

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Police in Macedonia’s border Stop 3,000 Refugees with stun grenades and tear gas

Miami - Europe’s Migrant crisis in Macedonia results in frightened and injured refugees held back by police. Thousands of migrants were dispersed by the use of force by the Macedonian riot police when trying to cross the Greek-Macedonian border. Police threw stun grenades and tear gas into the crowd leaving both children and adults injured and terrified. The British Daily Mail reports in detail the events t ...

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Indian Gangster Arrested in Morocco Extradited to His Country

Rabat - An Indian gangster was extradited to India from Morocco last week to face trial in 44 criminal cases, including extortion and the killing of a businessman. Bannanje Raja, 47, was arrested in Morocco on the basis of an Interpol Red Corner Notice for multiple crimes in India. The Karanataka's mafia leader was detained in Casablanca on February 12, 2015. A special police unit from India had travelled t ...

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A Bit from the Painful Story of the Rohingya

Rabat - There is no doubt about who is the villain of this story. UN and Human Rights observers and workers have collected unquestionable evidence that ethnic cleansing is happening in Burma, and that it is the Burmese government that is responsible, if not directly, then by not protecting the religious minorities, especially the Muslim Rohingya to whom it has, since 1982, denied Burmese nationality. Report ...

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