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Latest poll: SYRIZA voted in worst memorandum of all

A new opinion poll aired on Skai TV’s Monday night news bulletin revealed the Greek public remained unconvinced about the government’s narrative on the closing of the deal with the country’s creditors. The findings of the survey, carried out by the University of Macedonia, reflected the public’s disappointment in the SYRIZA-ANAL government, with a massive 8 in 10 of those ...

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ALGERIA’S « AGRESSION DIPLOMACY »

Mohammed Ali Khamlichi, Morocco’s deputy chief of mission to the Caribbean, has been violently aggressed by the so-called Soufiane Mimouni, General director of the Algerian ministry of foreing affairs. Images show khamlichi lying on the ground while receiving first aids during a meeting of the UN comitee in the Caribbean. Many believe the agression depicts well the bewildered diplomacy of ...

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Donald Trump ‘shared highly classified information with Russian officials’

Donald Trump allegedly revealed highly classified information to Russian foreign minster Sergei Lavrov and Russian ambassador to the US Sergey Kislyak during an Oval Office meeting last week. The Washington Post reported on Monday that Trump shared details of intelligence gathered about an Isis threat that had been closely guarded within the United States government and among close US allies. ...

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Morocco Welcomes Sahara Provisions in 2017 US Appropriations Bill

The Kingdom of Morocco welcomes the provisions on the Moroccan Sahara contained in the 2017 US Appropriations Bill, signed Friday by President Donald Trump. This bill stipulates that the funds destined for Morocco are also usable in the Moroccan Sahara. Indeed, the bill provides that “the funds allocated [to Morocco] under Title III… shall be made available to support the ...

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French election 2017: Meet Brigitte Macron, the new first lady

“Brigitte! Brigitte! Brigitte!” chanted the crowd as she took the stage with her husband, newly elected President Emmanuel Macron. Who is she? First things first: theirs is not a common relationship. That is paraphrased from words Mr Macron himself said on the couple’s wedding day: that they were “not quite common, a couple not quite normal – not that I ...

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Malawi Withdraws Recognition of ‘SADR’

Malawi has withdrawn its recognition of the ghostly “SADR”, Malawi’s Foreign Minister Francis Kasaila announced Friday in Rabat. “The Republic of Malawi has decided to withdraw its recognition of the SADR, which it recognized on March 6, 2014, and to maintain a neutral position vis-à-vis the regional Sahara conflict”, Kasaila said at a press briefing following a meeting with Minister ...

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French President hosts the King of Morocco

French President, François Hollande, held a reception on Tuesday at the honor of his host Morocco’s King Mohammed VI. France considers Morocco among its best allies in Africa as strong ties have been tangled between the two counties since Morocco’s independence from French colonialism in 1956. The two Heads of State discussed the ongoing partnership and ways to maintain it ...

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Morocco and Cuba resume Diplomatic Relations

Morocco and Cuba agreed last Friday to resume their 37 years interrupted diplomatic relations. King Mohammed the VI has been just recently on holidays in Havana for six days before he flied to Miami. The Ministry of foreign affairs in Morocco said in a Press Release that this decision comes under his instructions. A joint statement was signed between the ...

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