Syrian demonstrators took to the streets of cities across the world on Saturday in protest against the Syrian regime.
Saturday’s French dailies are dominated by a congress of French Greens and growing concerns about drought across the country.
Confusion and contradictions over E coli outbreak, seeking safety from cyberassault, rethinking global drugs policy, jitters on the stockmarkets and will former minister Luc Ferry be forced to ...
Prosecutors in Paris have opened an inquiry into allegations that a former French minister was caught sexually abusing young boys at an orgy in Morocco.
About 7,000 demonstrators marched through the Moroccan city of Marrakesh Sunday to condemn last week’s bombing there and demand that democratic reforms should not be stalled because of the ...
The main suspect in last month's bomb attack in Marrakesh had previously been expelled from both Libya and Portugal, the Moroccan interior minister told reporters on Friday.
An explosion in a cafe in the Moroccan city of Marrakesh Thursday, which killed 14 people, could have been the work of a suicide bomber, a local official said.
Up to 50 people, including five police officers, were injured in jostling in the Algerian town of Annaba as football fans rushed to buy tickets for the CAN 2012 qualifier match between Morocco and ...
In Western Sahara, to the south of Morocco, a festival of music and sports was cancelled amid scenes of violence.
Protests continue across the Arab world, with anti-regime demonstrations in Bahrain and Oman on Monday