Rabat – The number of new HIV infections in Morocco decreased by 44 percent between 2004 and 2016 due to the “remarkable progress made by Morocco in terms of coverage and access to preventive and c
Rabat – Morocco counted more than 1,000 new HIV infections in 2016, bringing up the number of Moroccans living with HIV to 22,000 people, down from the previous year by 600 cases, according to a re
The electricity sector in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) is in the grip of an apparent paradox.
Rabat – An earthquake registering 4.0 on the Richter scale struck the northeastern region of Al Hoceima on Sunday, the National Institute of Geophysics (ING) has announced.
Marrakech - Taps are running dry in southern Morocco, and the government is searching for solutions after people took to parched streets in anger.
Rabat – Princess Lalla Hasnaa chaired on Wednesday the inaugural session of the 7th Islamic Conference of Environment Ministers, taking place October 25 and 26 in Rabat.
RABAT – Engineers in Morocco are preparing to test the Arab world's first high-speed railway this week with trains reaching 320 kilometres (200 miles) per hour, the country's rail office said Monda
By the year 2030, Morocco would have invested $40 billion in projects aiming to develop the energy sector.
The 2017 Climate Change Performance Index ranked Morocco among the top ten most climatically conscious countries, and number one in the developing world.
The seventh Digital Earth Summit will be held in the Moroccan city of El Jadida on April 17-19 next year, to discuss latest achievements in earth observation and to exchange expertise.
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