Morocco

June 12, 2000

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The preliminary figures of the foreign trade bureau, as of the end of March 2000, show that there was an 11.7 percent increase in Morocco's foreign transactions mainly caused by a 17.5 percent jump in

June 8, 2000

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Chinese vice-foreign minister, Ji Pedin, who started on Monday a visit to Morocco, held Wednesday separate talks in Rabat with several members of the

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Spanish and Moroccan foreign ministers, Josep Pique and Mohamed Benaissa, underlined Wednesday the importance to maintain permanent contact to consoli

June 7, 2000

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By Amjad Baker  The world's cup holder, France national soccer team geared up their Euro2000 warm-up by smashing Morocco 5-1, and celebrating Hassan I

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A Moroccan official delegation arrived in Seoul Monday for talks with Korean trade officials, reported ArabicNews.com, adding that the delegation was

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Moroccan minister of foreign affairs and cooperation, Mohamed Benaissa, is expected next Tuesday in Mauritania for mediation in the border dispute bet

June 5, 2000

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Moroccan Minister of Commerce, Industry and Crafts, Alami Tazi announced that Morocco is willing to incur further deterioration in its trade balance with Korea, provided that overall trade levels incr

June 4, 2000

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Nine workers were killed and two injured when a wall collapsed overnight at a flour mill at Beni-Mellal in central Morocco, Al-Alam newspaper reported

June 1, 2000

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A divided Security Council on Wednesday renewed for two months the UN mission in the Western Sahara, where a referendum on independence from Morocco l

May 31, 2000

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Morocco presented Tuesday a new candidate, Abdelilah Belkziz, to the position of secretary general of the Organization of Islamic Conference (OIC) in

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The Moroccan Press Union (SNPM) welcomed Wednesday a royal amnesty granted to two journalists, who were banned by a court sentence to practice journal

May 30, 2000

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Two Moroccan journalists, condemned of libel, have been set free to practice journalism after they were granted a royal amnesty, said Arabicnews.com T

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A study conducted by the Democratic Women Rights League (LDDF) found out that about 22% of Moroccan women were married without their consent and 7.9%

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Senegalese President Abdoulaye Wade urged Monday increased economic ties with Morocco to help his country's economic development, during a dinner host

May 29, 2000

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Morocco was urged by a conference held in Casablanca to abolish child labor - a practice which delegates branded an abuse of children's rights, report