RABAT - The Libyan ambassador to Morocco and about 10 embassy staff announced Thursday that they had resigned, siding with the opposition to Libyan leader Muammer Gaddafi's regime, foreign ministry sources said in Rabat.

TRIPOLI/MANAMA/RABAT - Intense unrest continued to rock the Arab world Tuesday as teeming protesters in the Libyan capital stood firm despite aerial bombing, fresh pro-democracy protests broke out in Morocco, and the Bahrain king attempted to quell the upheaval by agreeing to pardon political prisoners.

RABAT - Morocco remained tense Tuesday after new pro-democracy demonstrations were held in several cities.

RABAT - Five people were killed in anti-government protests seeking political reform in Morocco, Xinhua reported Monday.

RABAT - Morocco's King Mohammed VI would make a speech promising a clutch of reforms, the country's interior ministry announced Sunday, after thousands of demonstrators protested in 20 towns and cities across the country.
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