Latest Human rights in Morocco Stories

2006-07-13 22:32:00

By Tom Pfeiffer RABAT (Reuters) - Abdennaceur Bnouhachem's work as a left-wing student activist came to an abrupt end on April 13, 1976 when plainclothed security officers cornered him in the street and bundled him into an unmarked van.

2006-01-06 13:46:10

By Lamine Ghanmi RABAT (Reuters) - Morocco's King Mohammed, under pressure from human rights groups to apologize for more than four decades of past repression by the state, offered on Friday his sympathy for the victims.

2005-10-08 10:43:09

RABAT (Reuters) - An official Moroccan human rights group on Saturday unveiled the mass graves of 50 political prisoners who died at secret detention centres in the 1970s.

Word of the Day
  • Stoppage; cessation (of labor).
  • A standing still or idling (of mills, factories, etc.).
The word chomage comes into English from French.]