I'm very excited to announce that the journey we started over a year ago in Tunisia and continued this May in Algeria has now added the final missing part -- HuffPost Morocco -- to create the full ensemble of The Huffington Post Maghreb! At HuffPost Morocco we'll be telling the stories that matter most and -- just as important -- helping people throughout Morocco tell their stories themselves, in words, in pictures and in video. We'll be covering topics including corruption, political tensions between Morocco and Algeria, social and religious questions like abortion and public health issues. HuffPost Morocco will also be a place to discuss and celebrate Morocco's unique traditions and culture -- everything from sports and entertainment to technology and parenting.
This morning I sent an email to our HuffPost team, sharing the news of a major milestone for our company -- one that really struck a chord with me. And you, the members of the HuffPost community, are the heart and soul of this milestone. Whether you have blogged on HuffPost, commented on, shared or talked about a story or just made us a regular part of your media diet, you have been a key part of the conversation we set out to start a little over nine years ago. Indeed, without you, there would be no HuffPost. So thank you for being part of this remarkable journey -- a journey that is still very much in progress. Here is the email I sent to our team.
HuffPost Korea will, above all, change the tone of existing news and suggest measures to recognize problems and improve them cheerfully and intelligently. Breaking social prejudice and dissolving journalistic hierarchies, it intends to convey the reader the "real" news of life in which all of us are the hosts and main characters.
Will we win this World Cup? Will the sentenced politicians remain in prison, and if so, for how long? Will other public men involved in corruption be sentenced, too? What about the energy of popular mobilizations? Could it be channeled in a positive way, to help us build a fairer, more sustainable society?