Sarah Hedgecock · 05/28/14 10:25AM

A sub-Saharan migrant sits on top of a pole set in a metallic fence that divides Morocco and the Spanish enclave of Melilla on Wednesday. During a pre-dawn border storming, police from both sides tried to prevent dozens of the sub-Saharan migrants from entering from Morocco. Image via Santi Palacios/AP.

Real Housewives of New York: To Pieces in the Middle East

Brian Moylan · 06/10/11 01:30PM

The final chapter of the Housewives jaunt to Morocco was like the third act of a farce, wasn't it? There were comical fights, mistaken identity, mental breakdowns, and just packs of characters marauding around a compound creating mischief. And just about everyone cried.

French Politics Momentarily Distracted By Moroccan Boy Orgy

Seth Abramovitch · 06/02/11 01:14AM

As former IMF head Dominique Strauss-Kahn wiles away the hours in his gilded Tribeca cage, a sex scandal of a different stripe has befallen his native shores. An investigation is officially underway to determine if, as one minister claims, a former member of French Parliament indeed partook in one of those boy orgies you read about in all the Moroccan travel brochures.

Real Housewives of New York: No Wire Hangers Ever

Brian Moylan · 05/27/11 12:18PM

Last night on Middle-Eastern Massacre the garter snakes of New York slithered across the Atlantic to Morocco and turned into cobras. They bit and hissed at each other over petty matters, until a brilliant Sybil shamed them all.

Real Housewives of New York: Thug in a Cocktail Dress

Brian Moylan · 05/20/11 12:34PM

Last night on the Americans Against Bullying Present Bully for You: A Fashion Celebration to End Bullies Bullying everyone was a bully, except for Countess Crackerjack. She was a thug. A thug in a cocktail dress. A thug is just like a bully, except it wears bigger necklaces.

Moroccans Stage Huge Protest as Crackdowns Worsen Elsewhere

Max Read · 04/24/11 12:38PM

More than 10,000 protestors took the streets in several Moroccan cities to protest against high unemployment and demand political reforms, the third such demonstration in the country since February. King Mohammed has already announced certain constitutional reforms that would give the country's government more independence from the monarchy; protestors have also asked for the release of political prisoners and reforms that would further limit the king's influence on the economy.