Posts Tagged ‘terrorism’

French President, Morocco’s King to Hold Talks in Paris | North Africa Post

On the heels of the announcement that Morocco’s intelligence led to the French police raids on those suspected of orchestrating the Paris attacks, Morocco’s King Mohammed VI meets with the French President today in Paris: President François Hollande of France is to confer with King Mohammed VI of Morocco this Friday afternoon in Paris. The meeting was announced by the Elysée in a statement but no details about the purpose ...

King offers condolences to French President following terrorist attacks in Paris | MAP

King Mohammed VI extends his condolences to the French people: King Mohammed VI sent a message of condolences to French president François Hollande following Friday’s terrorist attacks in several neighborhoods of Paris. The King offers condolences to French President following terrorist attacks in Paris. The Sovereign expresses deep emotion and sadness over the odious terrorist attacks in several neighborhoods of Paris. In these painful events “I offer my most saddened ...

Morocco flatly condemns despicable terrorist attack against Bardo Museum in Tunis, Foreign Ministry | Maghreb Arab Press

Morocco condemns the “despicable” terrorist attack at the Bardo Museum in Tunis: The Kingdom of Morocco vehemently condemned the despicable terrorist attack that targeted on Wednesday the Bardo Museum in Tunis, and resulted in the death and injury of foreign tourists and Tunisian citizens.  ”Following the cowardly terrorist attack, which hit on Wednesday, March 18, 2015, the Bardo Museum in the Tunisian capital, killed and wounded several foreign tourists and ...

This Week in Maghreb and Sahel Security – Caitlin Dearing Scott

Caitlin Dearing Scott, MAC January 23, 2015 As the security situation continues to deteriorate in Yemen and Libya, the same appears true on the other side of the Middle East. Despite ongoing negotiations, tensions remain rife in northern Mali. On Wednesday, the UN Mission in Mali (MINUSMA) confirmed that it responded to an armed attack against its troops by MNLA rebels in Tabankort – the site of several demonstrations and ...

Moroccan journalists stand up against terrorism | Magharebia

From Magharebia: In the face of the attacks against French newspaper Charlie Hebdo on January 7th in Paris, the Moroccan press is not keeping silent. Just days after 18 people were slaughtered and a dozen injured, a condemnation sit-in was held on Saturday (January 10th) at the French Embassy in Rabat. Unanimously, the participating journalists expressed their rejection of violence. ”Our position is firm and unambiguous with regard to terrorism ...
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