Morocco: A magnet for migrant women?
29 September 2023 | 5:57 am
Morocco has slowly transformed from a transit country to a destination country for sub-Saharan African migrants — almost half of whom are women.
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In Morocco, an appeals court is packed for a hearing in the case of the rape of an 11-year-old girl. The lenient sentences handed down to her attackers last month sparked outrage across the country.
The Golden Eaglets of Nigeria can qualify for the Quarter Finals of the 2023 U17 African Cup of Nations if they beat Group B leaders Morocco on Wednesday. In this episode, Ayomide Sotubo and Ifeoluwa Johnson talk about the coming game on The Nutmeg on Guardian TV.
Success is a pattern that can be repeated as Senegal and Morocco are evidence of that. The two teams qualified for the final of the 2023 U-17 African Cup of Nations. In this episode, we build up to the game in this edition of The Nutmeg's AFCON special on Guardian TV.
One year since tens of migrants and refugees died in a crush at the border between Spain and Morocco, Amnesty International has accused the two countries of a "cover-up."
European trawlers will no longer be able to fish off the Moroccan coast once a fisheries protocol ends on Monday. Renewing the protocol could prove complicated, with Morocco seeking to secure a more advantageous deal.
Talismanic captain Alexandra Popp scored a brace as Germany launched their bid for a third Women's World Cup title with a 6-0 demolition of debutants Morocco on Monday.
Residents of Marrakech, the nearest major city to the epicentre, said some buildings had collapsed in the old city, a UNESCO World Heritage site, and local television showed pictures of a fallen mosque minaret with rubble lying on smashed cars.
The psychological impact of the destruction starts to weigh heavily on Moroccans as the death toll from the country’s devastating earthquake tops 2,800. Also, Libya calls for international help after authorities say that extreme flooding around the city of Derna has cost at least 2000 lives. And the African Union kicks off the week as the newest member of the G20.
Search and rescue operations are underway after a deadly earthquake tore through western Morocco killing more than 1000 people. It was the strongest to hit the region in more than a century.
While rescue teams continue to look for missing people in the aftermath of Morocco's devastating earthquake, many survivors face an uncertain future.
Did strange flying objects or a mysterious laser weapon trigger the devastating earthquake in Morocco? This absurd theory is circulating through social networks — and is, of course, wrong.
The German Red Cross was scheduled to send a relief flight to Morocco on Thursday, upon Moroccan request. The Moroccan government has restricted aid senders to four the governments, excluding Germany, the US and France.
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