Morocco

November 6, 2000

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Moroccan Foreign Minister Mohammed Ben Issa said that the decision of three Arab countries to break ties with Israel was a warning to the Jewish state

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Morocco's Foreign Minister, Mohammed bin Eissa arrived in Muscat for talks on bilateral ties and regional issues.

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Morocco has launched several projects in an industrial zone south of the capital, including a gas storage terminal and a power plant. The projects in Jorf Lasfar, launched by King Mohammed VI, also in

November 5, 2000

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A model station to produce water for irrigation from waste-water was inaugurated at the Drarga rural community in the Agadir region, Maghrib News Agen

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A total of 2,762,305 Moroccan children aged below five were immunized against polio during the 14th nationwide immunization days staged October 14 thr

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The Moroccan southern Atlantic City of Agadir will have a marina that will include several tourism compounds, Moroccan official news agency (MAP) repo

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Morocco and Libya Thursday signed two agreements for the promotion and guarantee investment and for environmental conservation, Panafrican News Agency

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Watchdog group Reporters sans Frontieres (RSF - Reporters without Borders) has protested to Morocco over the expulsion of the Rabat bureau chief of Ag

November 4, 2000

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Morocco Expels AFP Bureau Chief Morocco's culture and communications ministry announced the decision in a letter addressed to AFP's CEO, Bertrand Even

November 3, 2000

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A Moroccan court has jailed Dutch truck driver, Gerard Marinus van Voorst, for 10 years on conviction of drug trafficking.

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<b>Date:</b> Nov 1 - Nov 3, 2000 <b>Location:</b> Faculté des Sciences Dhar-Mehraz, Fès, Morocco <b>Specifics:</b> Utilisation de l'ingénierie logicielle, techniques de l'intelligence artificiel

November 1, 2000

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Arab Bank, one of the biggest banks in the Arab world, is this week to open its ninth branch in Morocco, consolidating its presence in the north African country, bank officials said Sunday.

October 30, 2000

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The European Commission on authorized last week the extension of aid to Spanish and Portuguese fishermen hit by the non-renewal of an EU common fisheries agreement with Morocco.

October 29, 2000

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Arab Bank, one of the biggest banks in the Arab world, is to open this week its ninth branch in Morocco, consolidating its presence in the north Afric

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An official said that Morocco has no intention of signing a new fishing accord with the European Union.