Morocco

April 7, 2004

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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

March 31, 2004

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Morocco's King Mohammed VI visited on Tuesday the construction site of the Tangier-Mediterranean Port, located some 35 kilometers east of the city and

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Morocco's Prince Moulay Rachid, young brother of King Mohammed VI, attended in Delft, Netherlands Tuesday a memorial service in honor of Princess Juli

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Jarwan Bin Marhan Al-Abdan, a Saudi national, was beheaded in Riyadh Wednesday after being convicted of smuggling  hashish into the Kingdom, said a st

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Amitelo Communications has started the incorporation of its 100 percent owned subsidiary Amitelo Technology in Casablanca, Morocco.   Amitelo technology is a fully owned subsidiary of Amitelo Communic

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E-money company Contopronto and Saudi Arabia's Zafa have agreed to start-up Contopronto technology in the Kingdom, confirmed Contopronto CEO, Morten Hofstad.   Contopronto will provide its technology

March 30, 2004

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A mini Arab summit is likely to be held in Egypt Wednesday, gathering Saudi Arabia, Syria, Bahrain and the host country, according to reports on Tuesd

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France's Lafarge Group has reported that its 50 percent subsidiary Lafarge Ciments will build a new production line in Bouskoura, Morocco, to increase its cement capacity by over 900,000 tons. Product

March 29, 2004

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Two Palestinian civilians were wounded on Monday, when Israeli forces opened intensive fire at them in al-Fawwar Refugee Camp of Hebron, witnesses and

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The government of Luxemburg will extend €3.7 million to a Moroccan water and road construction project.   The initiative will secure potable water supplies to the populations of Errachidia and Zagoura

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Cooline, the international brand of Saudi Arabia's Zamil Air Conditioners has signed a joint venture with Morocco's Frigmar company.   According to General Manager for Cooline, Shaker Al-Moussa, the c