Daily Archives: July 1, 2020

Covid-19: 103 New Confirmed Cases in Morocco, 106 Recoveries in 24 Hours (Ministry)

Rabat – One hundred and three (103) new cases of coronavirus (Covid-19) infection and one hundred and six (106) recoveries have been recorded in Morocco in the past 24 hours, the Ministry of Health announced on Wednesday.   This new figure brings to 12,636 the number of contaminations in the Kingdom since the declaration of

Moroccans Stranded Abroad: Repatriation of New Group from France

Paris – Some 150 Moroccans stranded in France following the closure of air, land and sea borders due to the pandemic of the new Coronavirus, were repatriated on Wednesday from Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris to Marrakesh.   This humanitarian operation, ensured by a Royal Air Maroc (RAM) flight, follows a series of repatriations

ONEE Investments to Reach 25Bln DH by 2023 – Minister

Rabat – Investments of the National Office for Drinking Water and Electricity (ONEE) will reach 25 billion DH by 2023, said Tuesday in Rabat Minister of Energy, Mining and Environment, Aziz Rabbah.   Speaking at the House of Advisors (upper house), Rabbah noted that this volume of investments will meet the needs of the rural

Moroccans Stranded Abroad: Group of 304 People Coming From Turkey Arrives in Marrakech

Marrakech – The repatriation operation of Moroccans stranded abroad amid the coronavirus pandemic continued Tuesday with the arrival at Marrakech-Menara International Airport of a new group of 304 people from Turkey.   Two Royal Air Maroc (RAM) planes coming from Istanbul, each carrying 151 and 153 passengers, landed at the Marrakech Airport. These new arrivals

Covid-19: 63 New Cases in Morocco, Total Rises to 12,596 – Health Ministry

Rabat – A total of 63 new cases of the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) were recorded in Morocco until Wednesday at 10 a.m., bringing the total number of covid-19 cases in the kingdom to 12,596, the ministry of Health says on its website “www.covidmaroc.ma”.   According to the same source, 58 new recoveries were registered over

Embezzlement of European Humanitarian Aid: New Evidence Emerges against Algeria and Polisario

Brussels – Despite the European Commission’s promises to end the diversion of humanitarian aid sent to the Tindouf camps in Algeria, new evidence has emerged to confirm that this large-scale mismanagement continues even in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic.   This evidence was exposed by the European information website “EUToday” on the basis of

MEP Slams Brussels’ Inaction on Embezzlement by Polisario and Algeria of Humanitarian Aid

Brussels – Too much is too much! This is the cry of despair of MEP Nicolas Bay in the face of Brussels’s inaction in the face of the continued embezzlement of European humanitarian aid by the Polisario and Algeria.   “Why does Brussels refuse to investigate these acts despite the accumulating evidence? Why does the