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Ahlam Ben Saga

Ahlam Ben Saga
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Ahlam Ben Saga is a Cultural Studies graduate from university Mohammed V of Literature and Humanities in Rabat. As a Morocco World News correspondent, she reports on social and culture-related topics.

Morocco’s First Pet-therapy Coming to Rabat Children Hospital

Rabat- Cats, dogs, rabbits and other furry animals can soon accompany patients on their journey toward recovery, beginning June 28 in Souissi Children's Hospital, Rabat. Perhaps...

It’s Been a Bumpy Ride: A Recap of the Moroccan Boycott

Rabat- It all started with Arabic hashtags equivalent to “Let_it_spoil” and “SayNotoHighPrices.” The ongoing boycott campaign embodies the Moroccan citizen’s fighting spirit, not only...

El Othmani Visits Seoul for Morocco-South Korea Bilateral Relations

Rabat- Accompanied by a delegation of ministers, Head of Government Saad Eddine El Othmani has begun a formal visit to Seoul on Monday at the...

Boycott: Woman Reverses Sidi Ali Story, Claims She Was Pressured by...

Rabat- Thla Ouhaddou, the woman whose voice echoed across the country last week when she spoke to Alyaoum 24 about the boycotted mineral water...

From Dounia Batma to Mustapha Al Agha, King Mohammed VI Thanks...

Rabat- It appears that many more artists will receive special letters from King Mohammed VI, who recently honored Moroccan singer Dounia Batma, Emirati singer Ahlam,...

Government Will Protect Consumers from Price Manipulation: El Othmani

Rabat- In the weekly Cabinet meeting on Thursday, the first day of Ramadan, El Othmani addressed the rise in fuel prices and pledged to combat...

10-Month Prison Sentence for Woman Recording Video in Hammam

Rabat- A woman arrested for secretly recording a video in a women’s hammam in Temara, a coastal city located in the region of Rabat-Sale-Kenitra,...

Morocco Strongly Condemns Massacre in Gaza

Rabat- Morocco’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Nasser Bourita denounced Israel’s violence in the Gaza strip, where more than 50 Palestinians were killed the same...

Mentally Disturbed Knifeman Stabs Worshipper in Casablanca Mosque

Rabat- Strangely similar to the May 4 incident at Rabat’s Hassan Mosque, a man who displayed signs of mental disorder attacked a random worshipper at...

Some Muslims Face 1-Day Ramadan Delay in North America

Rabat- Muslim communities in North America will delay the first Ramadan fast, which was to begin on Wednesday, May 16, as the moon sighting was...

Erdogan Condemns Israeli ‘Genocide’ in Gaza, Recalls Ambassadors to US and...

Rabat- Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan strongly denounced the Gaza massacre where the death toll of Palestinians by Israeli gunfire rose to 50 in one...

King Mohammed VI Honors 62nd Royal Armed Forces Anniversary

Rabat- King Mohammed VI hailed the efforts of Royal Armed Forces (FAR) on its 62nd anniversary, in a congratulatory letter to FAR officers on Monday. In...

Gaza Massacre: Death Toll of Protesters Rises to 41

Rabat- While Israelis in Jerusalem celebrate the new US embassy’s inauguration, the Palestinian death toll in Gaza has doubled, as protests against the US...

Pentagon: US Soldiers’ Deaths in Niger Ambush Blamed on Lack of...

Rabat- Top military leaders at the Pentagon, the headquarters of the United States Department of Defense, have briefed the press on investigation findings on...

El Othmani Concerned About Employees Affected by Boycott Campaign

Rabat- El Othmani and Lahcen Daoudi have joined the list of government officials speaking out on the boycott campaign. El Othmani’s concern about farmers Weeks after...

Fiscal Deficit Narrowing Slowly in 2018 and 2019: BMI Report

Rabat- In 2018 and 2019, Morocco's fiscal deficit is expected to narrow slower than in recent years, according to a new report by BMI Research....

When Will Morocco Witness Ramadan’s Hilal Crescent?

Rabat- Each year, Muslims around the world predict the first day of Ramadan using one of two acclaimed traditional methods: astronomical calculations and moon-sighting. The first...

Higher Degrees Yield Lower Employment in Morocco: HCP Report

Rabat- Morocco’s High Commission of Planning (HCP) recently presented a report on the link between training and employment, in hopes of broadening government awareness about...

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