Nabila Kilani, the co-host of Alhurra’s flagship program Al Youm, traveled back to her native Morocco to host a week’s worth of programs from the North African country. During her time in Morocco, Kilani had a one-on-one interview with the U.S. Ambassador to Morocco Dwight L. Bush. He discussed the latest trends regarding start-up companies in Morocco and the upcoming Global Entrepreneurs’ Summit being held in Marrakesh.
On October 26 Tunisians went to the polls to participate in Parliamentary elections, and Alhurra provided extensive live coverage throughout the day. This was the first election since the Tunisian Constitution was ratified earlier this year and the second Parliamentary vote since the “Arab Spring” revolts in 2011.