Obama Women Travel to Morocco
First Lady Michelle Obama and her daughters dine with the Princess of Morocco.
Correction: Morocco -African Union Story
In a story Sept. 23 about Morocco requesting to re-join the African Union, The Associated Press reported erroneously the year that Morocco left the AU. It left in 1984, not 1975. A corrected version of the story is below: Morocco asks to re-join African Union after 3 decades The African Union says
Spain: Police Arrest 2 Moroccans for Alleged Jihad Support
Spain's Interior Ministry says police have arrested two alleged pro-jihad activists, including one who allegedly attempted to join the armed Islamic State group in Syria to be trained to carry out attacks in Europe
UN Ready to Implement Climate Deal in Morocco
With the Paris Agreement on climate changed poised to take effect, diplomats now head to Morocco to hammer out the difficult details of how to make it work and raise the $100 billion needed each year to meet its ambitious goals
Morocco Asks to Re-Join African Union After 4 Decades
Morocco asks to re-join African Union, 4 decades after dispute over Western Sahara
Morocco Dismantles IS Cell Plotting Attacks on Tourists
Morocco's Interior Ministry says it has arrested three people and dismantled a cell linked to the Islamic State group that was plotting a "dangerous terrorist project" in the North African kingdom
Morocco's Elections Pose Test for Law on Vote Observers
Morocco's elections next month will draw attention from around the region and beyond _ but not all eyes will be welcome
Easy Meals To Make At Home: Winter Vegetable and Chickpea Soup with Moroccan Spices and Couscous
ABC News' Sara Haines joins Joel Gamoran Senior Resident Chef at Sur La Table for a delicious recipe and some helpful tips!