By Kayla Ruble
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon has managed to anger Moroccan officials by visiting a refugee camp filled with refugees from Western Sahara and referring to Morocco's presence in the territory as an "occupation."
There is little information on what the coalition will actually do, and many of the nations enlisted to combat Islamist brutality have something of a reputation for it themselves.
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Lawyers for Chekkouri say they don't know where he is, and have no been able to speak with or see their client since he arrived on Moroccan soil.
The pair were caught red-handed last week — each having accepted 40,000 euros in cash from one of the king's attorneys — and taken into custody by police.
By Tessa Stuart
Three Americans, including two US service members, came to the rescue after a man armed with an AK-47 attempted to attack a train traveling from Amsterdam to Paris.
By Areeb Ullah
Hundreds of migrants are feared to have died today after a fishing boat carrying them capsized in the Mediterranean Sea off the coast of northern Libya.
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The 27-year-old man was attempting to cross into Spain from the country's enclave of Melilla on the North African coast and the suitcase was inside the trunk of his brother's car, who has been arrested.
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The crew of an Irish navy vessel found the bodies on a barge floating off the Libyan coast, and said the victims likely died from overcrowding and exhaustion.
Since Sunday's leak, documents reveal that Mexico is by the far the Italian's company biggest client, paying $6.3 million for software that digital rights advocates say are illegal under Mexican law and could harm citizens' privacy.
The migrants have been left with nowhere to go after being evicted from the Tangier neighborhood of Boukhalef during a police raid last week.
By Sally Hayden
Heder Jalabe and his father Bashar have been stuck in Casablanca airport since Monday morning, unable to enter Morocco because the 11-year-old Syrian has no visa, according to a cousin.
Spanish police told VICE News the video shows packages of marijuana being unloaded in southern Spain, and said the situation on that stretch of coast is "out of control."
A new report from Amnesty International accuses Moroccan authorities of routinely subjecting detainees to beatings, stress positions, sexual violence, and other forms of torture.
On the eve of a crucial summit that hopes to reconcile Libya's warring factions, the Islamic State's branch in the country says it has attacked the South Korean and Moroccan diplomatic missions in Tripoli.
Authorities have arrested 13 men suspected of running a recruitment ring and plotting to kill key public figures.
By Rik Goverde
Freedom of religion is enshrined in the Moroccan constitution, but in practice, Muslims who change their faith face police harassment, possible imprisonment and public attacks.
Some 600 migrants who had learned of the impending raid stormed the fence around Melilla to try and cross into Europe.