Tangiers-Assilah: Several Schools Allowed to Provide In-Person Learning

Tangiers – The Provincial Directorate of National Education of Tangiers-Assilah announced the reopening, as of Sept. 23, of schools located in several neighborhoods of Tangier previously affected by a closing decision.   As part of the permanent follow-up of the epidemiological situation at the level of the prefecture of Tangiers-Assilah, and particularly in the districts

Mohammedia: Exceptional Measures to Curb Covid-19 Spread

Casablanca – The local authorities of Mohammedia have taken several exceptional measures to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus (Covid-19).   These exceptional measures will be in effect for a renewable week as of Monday 6 pm depending on the evolution of the epidemiological situation, according to a press release. By virtue of this

Operation of ID Establishment and Renewal for Moroccans in Poland Kicks off

Warsaw – The Moroccan Embassy in Poland is organizing an operation to establish and renew the National Electronic Identity Card for the benefit of Moroccans living in this country.   The Ambassador of Morocco in Poland Abderrahim Atmoun said in a statement to MAP that this initiative, which began on Monday, is part of the

Covid-19: 3,426 Recoveries in 24 Hours, A Record

Rabat – Three thousand four hundred and twenty six (3,426) recoveries and 1,376 new confirmed cases have been recorded in Morocco in the past 24 hours, the health ministry announced on Monday.   The new toll of confirmed cases brings to 103,119 the number of contaminations in the Kingdom since the first case reported on

Ksar-Sghir: 500 kg of Chira Seized, Two Traffickers Arrested (Military Source)

Rabat – A Royal Navy coastguard foiled, Sunday off Ksar-sghir, a drug trafficking attempt that led to the arrest of two traffickers, a Moroccan and a Spaniard aboard a speedboat, and seized half a ton of chira hidden in bundles and cans, according to military sources.   The cargo, seized equipment and traffickers were turned

India: Taj Mahal Reopens to Visitors After 6-Month Break Due to Covid19 Spread

New Delhi – India’s landmark mausoleum Taj Mahal reopened for public on Monday after being closed since March 17 over the spread of the coronavirus infections, media reported.   According to the same source, though the 17th-century architectural marvel is now open to visitors, tourists will be checked under a strict coronavirus-related protocol. In this

Morocco Reiterates its Unwavering Commitment to Spirit of NPT (FM)

Vienna – Morocco reiterates its commitment and unwavering attachment to the spirit of the Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) and to the centrality of the IAEA’s role in the implementation of its provisions, said minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccan Expatriates.   “Morocco stresses the imperative to strengthen and intensify efforts to review the composition