Morocco: Major headlines in French dailies on January 9th
- Boutlefika wants to show his people, his government and the world that he is still the one in charge in Algeria.
- 2006: a good year for Morocco and its image worldwide.
- Excellent economic and financial situation for the Holding company Al Omrane.
- E.U. regaining confidence for 50th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome.
- Doing Business 2007: Morocco ranking 115th out of 175.
- The "Albert Grislin" building in Casablanca represents a high class design
- Judgment expected to be given on January the 15th concerning the Nichane case.
- CGEM is about to promote social responsibilities thanks to a new label for companies.
- Fix and mobile phone market needs specific regulation. The ANRT sets the return on capital for the operators.
- Another baby died in Anfgou because of the cold winter.
- 6 NGO's organized a demonstration against the "Bush policy" in Rabat and promotes boycott movement of American activities inside Moroccan territory.
- Farmers worried about dryness and aridity
- According to the Sunday times, Israel might use nuke against Iran.
- Will somebody represent the people from Safi in the new parliament?
- Tuesday, the whole Morocco will celebrate the 63rd anniversary of the manifesto of independence.
- National vaccination campaign for the children.
- No traffic problems for the holidays.
- Shotgun murder attempt on a police officer in Laayayda.
- One step closer for the autonomy of the southern counties thanks to the U.N. last vote concerning the Sahara.
- Farmers express their concern about this year's severe dryness which follows a trend that started in the early80's.
- A medical team ready to help people suffering from the cold in Amesgou.
- Thousands of Moroccans have protested in front of the U.S embassy in reaction of Saddam's death.
- Bush about to reveal his new war policy in Iraq after the loss of 3.000 American soldiers.
- Israel's plan to use tactical nuke against Iran. (according to the Sunday Times)