Morocco

November 4, 2003

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Israel Aircraft Industries is opening a branch in Jakarta, Indonesia, the world’s largest Muslim country. The division is the first area office opened by and Israeli defense company in an Islamic stat

November 3, 2003

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At a time when many Western firms are weary of doing business in the Middle East, Hollywood director Oliver Stone expressed confidence in the Moroccan movie industry. The big time moviemaker is on lo

November 2, 2003

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The leader of the Danish Republican Party, Sooslashren Mosegaard has invited Saddam Hussein to seek political asylum in Denmark. In a statement convey

October 27, 2003

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The U.S. Embassy in Syria called on American nationals in Syria Monday to take precautionary steps to secure their safety due to the rise in anti-Amer

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Negotiators of the European Commission and Morocco reached an agreement on October 27, 2003, regarding a mutual liberalization in farm trade. Some 96 percent of Moroccan agricultural traditional expor

October 22, 2003

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Morocco has rejected as "erroneous" the interpretation of the United Nations Security Council's Resolution on the Sahara issue as included in the rece

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Jordan Telecom and TE Data, an Egypt-based data communications and Internet service provider, signed an agreement at GITEX for the provision of a high-end hub services portfolio. Under the agreement,

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The Algerian Energy Company has selected separations technology company Ionics for a 25-year seawater desalination build-own-operate project. Ionics and AEC will form a joint project company to financ

October 21, 2003

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Desert locust outbreaks in Sudan, Mauritania and Niger may locally threaten crops, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations said Monday, issuing an alert to inform affected governme

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The selection of three Arab GSM operators in Iraq after a stiff battle involving 35 companies will put an end to speculation about the mobile telephone structure in Iraq and pave the way for setting u

October 19, 2003

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Moroccan singer Raja Bil Maleeh is currently undergoing intensive medical care in France for the treatment of breast cancer

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Jordan Telecom has announced the value-added services portfolio that it will be taking to GITEX 2003, , demonstrating the business solutions it has to offer the region.  Through its Contact Center, Da

October 16, 2003

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Syrian President Bashar al-Assad on Thursday described members of President George W. Bush's administration as "fanatics" and warmongers.

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Samira Said has revealed that she is already in the process of preparing for her upcoming album for the year 2004, which will include a new romantic song she composed by herself, marking her first ste

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Travelers between the Moroccan city of Casablanca and Dubai now have more choices, following a codeshare agreement between Emirates (UAE) and Royal Air Maroc (RAM).  The agreement allows Emirates to c