Morocco

March 17, 2004

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Spain’s King Juan Carlos inaugurated Tuesday Tarragone Propylene plant, a joint venture between Algeria's Sonatrach corporation and the German Chemical group "BASF".

March 16, 2004

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Jeddah-based International Islamic Relief Organization (IIRO) has extended SR 1,000,000 to victims of the  quake which recently jolted the North Afric

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Commander of the Saudi Naval Forces Rear Admiral Fahd bin Abdullah bin Mohammed received in Riyadh Tuesday visiting Admiral Aken Ord Rafael, the Deput

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The Duke of York arrived in Casablanca Monday on a three-day official visit to Morocco during which he will hold talks with top Moroccan officials, le

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UK Publishing House Pluto Press and author Michael Griffin have agreed to pay substantial libel damages to Saudi businessman Sheikh Khalid Bin Mahfouz for suggesting that he funded attacks carried out

March 15, 2004

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The German government has extended an €8.4 million loan to Morocco for the purchase of irrigation equipment, reported MAP.  According to the German Embassy in Morocco the project will be carried out b

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Morocco's industrial sector recorded a 2.7 percent growth for the third quarter of 2003, MAP reported a government think tank as saying.  Growth was recorded in the fields of agri-business, metallurgy

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In response to the deadly earthquake, which occurred in the Al-Hoceima region of Morocco on February 23, 2004, the Board of Directors of the African Development Bank (ADB) has approved an emergency gr

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The National Bank of Dubai (NBD) has been ranked as the fourth best bank and the first local bank in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) for private banking services by a worldwide survey conducted between

March 14, 2004

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Moroccan authorities said they had identified the three Moroccans arrested in Madrid in connection with the train blasts that killed 200 people in t

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Iran's President Mohammad Khatami on Sunday stressed what he deemed to be the Iraqi people's right to govern themselves and decide their own fate as a

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In a videotaped message, a man purporting to speak on behalf of Osama bin Laden's al-Qaeda network claimed Madrid bombings that killed 200 and wounded

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The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) Fund for International Development has extended an emergency assistance grant of $250,000 to Morocco to help purchase relief items for vict

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Centurion Energy has reported that its Robbana-2 exploration well in Tunisia which, was spudded on January 23, has now been drilled to a depth of approximately 2,704 meters and is anticipated to penet

March 13, 2004

02:00 GMT

A few days ago, a huge argument broke out between Lebanese singer Katia Harb and her producer/business manager Faten Barazi owner of FB Production Company, which produced Katia's latest album