Macron gave Sisi France's highest award on Paris visit: official
For the first time, the 29-year-old Yemeni woman spoke about her long and difficult journey to the U.K.
Moroccan geeks flock to 'paradise for hackers'
Pope plans historic visit to Iraq
Zidane gets breathing space after Sevilla win
Egypt's Berber speakers cling to language in isolated oasis
For young Senegalese, perilous journey to Europe worth the risk
Spain's minority government relies on controversial allies
For Canary Isles tourism, migrant surge a new nightmare
Spain to set up camps for 7,000 migrants in Canaries
Global streaming giants blow dust off Mideast music business
Gazans take coastal walks to escape 'double confinement'
Traffic resumes at truck stop that sparked WSahara tensions
Polisario says W.Sahara ceasefire over as Rabat launches operation
Western Sahara: war looms in Africa's contested desert land
French minister seeks to ease tensions over cartoons in Cairo visit
Trio on trial for helping Barcelona jihadist attack cell
Pandemic delays IMF annual meeting in Morocco to 2022
Drought casts shadow over prime Moroccan farming land
Sean Connery widow reveals he had suffered from dementia
In row with Macron, Erdogan seeks influence in Muslim world
Turkey calls for France boycott as Islamic world backlash grows
French anti-officials are treating a fatal stabbing in a suburb north of Paris as an act of terrorism.
Egypt and Pakistan are the largest buyers, but China's latest five-year plan signals long-term commitment
Bon Appétit is back with a new, diverse lineup of chefs, but will their audience return?
Hakim Ziyech has left the Moroccan team and is headed to London to rejoin Chelsea FC.
Edouard Mendy's injury may force Frank Lampard to turn to Kepa Arrizabalaga once more for the match against Southampton.
Extreme Weather: Latest On Tropical Storm Delta Moving Towards Louisiana, Strengthening Into Hurricane
Tropical Storm Delta is expected to hit the Louisiana coast and the Florida panhandle either Thursday or Friday.
Life returning to normal in Africa, but virus fears linger
The discovery of 1,200 teeth of Spinosaurus by a team of paleontologists working in Morroco proved beyond a reasonable doubt that this dinosaur species lived in water and not on land.