Morocco

10.10.19

Human Rights Activist Allegedly Targeted With NSO Malware Says His Life Is ‘Hellish’

Amnesty International details attacks against two Moroccan human rights activists allegedly carried out with NSO Group’s spyware.

6.22.18

Man Impersonates the Prime Minister of Morocco to Get Into Fully Booked Restaurant

With 2.5 million visitors currently in Russia for the World Cup, getting restaurant reservations is a competitive sport.

6.5.18

The Meaning Behind the Evil Eye Symbol You See Everywhere

Despite its presence as an increasingly popular fashion trend in the US, the Evil Eye is taken extremely seriously in cultures across the globe where belief in the curse is alive and well.

4.27.18

Trump may have screwed up the U.S.’s bid for the 2026 World Cup

His veiled threat could be a breach of FIFA rules prohibiting political interference in the process.

3.23.18

PHOTOS: Lunch on the Port of Tangier, 'Naked Lunch' Style

We travelled to Morocco to follow in the footsteps of William S. Burroughs.

12.4.17

My Moroccan Mom Doesn't Care About White People in Henna, But I Do

I spoke with my mother, aunt, and grandmother—all Muslim, Arab immigrants—to see if there's more than meets the eye when it comes to cultural appropriation.

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11.19.17

Thinking About "World Music" (Whatever That Means) at a Moroccan Festival

At Visa For Music in Rabat, Morocco, it's best not to get caught up in phrasing. The music is too good.

9.21.17

M'smen Is a Delicious Blank Canvas

Pack it with fresh, local ingredients, or whatever the hell is in your fridge.

7.24.17

The VICE Morning Bulletin

Kushner testifies on Russia meetings, car bomb kills 24 in Kabul, Trump expected to (eventually) sign sanctions against Moscow, and more.

6.23.17

[Premiere] Yes, Art Can Be Funny and Serious at the Same Time

Meriem Bennani offers a glimpse into her playful, internet-driven practice in a new documentary short by Art21.

6.18.17

Morocco’s Anti-Colonial "Moon King" Lives—Inside This Artist's Memory

Mounir Fatmi explores postcolonial memory through three artifacts from his childhood in 1970s Morocco

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