Morocco

April 20, 2004

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Syria's Information Minister, Ahmad al-Hassan received on Tuesday the French journalist and writer, Paul Marie De Lagorsse.  According to Sana news ag

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Morocco's state-owned Hydrocarbons and Mining Office (ONHYM) has signed an exploration agreement with Denmark's Maersk Oil, reported MAP. The European firm acquired eight licenses for exploration on t

April 19, 2004

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Morocco's King Mohammed VI has expressed eagerness to meet new Spanish Prime Minister Jose Louis Zapatero, a man he described as a “statesman” deservi

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Iran's Foreign Ministry Spokesman Hamid-Reza Asefi on Monday dismissed press reports that Tehran had sought Rome's mediation with Washington.

April 13, 2004

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Siamese twins who were linked by the same liver have died at age of one month, reported Assahra Al-Maghribya newspaper. The two sisters succumbed to “

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Shi'ite leader, Muqtada al-Sadr asserted Tuesday he was ready to die in order to bring an end to the US-led occupation of Iraq.

April 8, 2004

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18,094,555 voters are going to the polls on Thursday to elect their 8th president of Algeria since independence. Voters are to choose between Louisa H

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The European Commission welcomed the free trade agreement signed April 7 in Ankara between Morocco and Turkey. The agreement is a significant stepping stone towards the conclusion of the Euro-Mediterr

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The European Commission has given its approval for €140.79 million of development spending for Morocco, Egypt and Jordan. Operations will be carried out under the Meda Program's 2003 National Financin

April 7, 2004

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A Moroccan man was arrested on Tuesday in the Spanish province of Toledo (79 km southeast of capital Madrid) in connection with the investigation on t

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U.S. Marines in a fierce battle in Fallujah fired rockets that hit a mosque filled with people Wednesday, and witnesses said as many as 40 people were

April 5, 2004

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Morocco strongly denied on Monday reports that it would host the delayed Arab summit that was originally scheduled to be held in Tunisia last Month.

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Israeli troops killed Monday three Palestinian civilians in Johr al-Deek area, east of Gaza City, according to security sources and witnesses.

April 4, 2004

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Supporters of an anti-American cleric rioted in four Iraqi cities Sunday, killing at least eight U.S. troops. At least 24 Iraqis were also killed.

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The Moroccan government has launched an international tender to select an advisor for the flotation of a stake in the state controlled Maroc Telecom. The company is the largest telecommunications prov