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Morocco's premier urges Maghreban leaders to end tensions in North Africa
Moroccan Prime Minister Abderrahmane Youssoufi called on Maghreban leaders to put an end to the crisis and tension prevailing in North Africa.
Morocco-Algeria, Politics, 7/18/1998
Morocco's El Guerrouj to break all speed records in running
When Hicham El Guerrouj failed by a single stride to break the mile world record in Nice on Thursday night, he knew that he would get another chance to stamp his name into the record books soon enough.
Morocco, Sports, 7/18/1998
Spanish company services new ferry boat to Morocco
A Spanish private company will service next week a new ferry boat with a capacity of 1,000 passengers and 350 vehicles between southern Spain and the Moroccan occupied city of Melilia, in the north.
Morocco-Spain, Economics, 7/18/1998
Three killed in dispute over land
Morocco, Local, 7/18/1998
Chairman of French Parliament's Foreign Affairs Committee in Morocco
Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee at the French National Assembly (parliament), Jack Lang, arrived in Rabat on Friday for talks with Moroccan officials on ways to enhance bilateral relations.
Morocco-France, Politics, 7/18/1998
Morocco's press union voices solidarity with Algerian reporters
Morocco-Algeria, Politics, 7/18/1998
Morocco urges Algeria to positively respond to Rabat reconciliation calls
Moroccan Prime Minister Abderrahmane Youssoufi urged Algeria to positively respond to the proposals to open the closed borders with Morocco.
Morocco-Maghreb, Politics, 7/17/1998
Daewoo to produce 100,000 cars, one million TV sets in Morocco
The Daewoo group has injected a total of $400 million in the project that will provide permanent jobs to 5,700 persons.
Morocco, Business, 7/17/1998
Rabat ready to return to African fold if OAU makes correction
Moroccan Prime Minister Abderrahmane Youssoufi renewed on Thursday Morocco's readiness to return to the Organization of African Unity (OAU) on the condition that the organization returns to the right path.
Morocco-OAU, Politics, 7/17/1998
Rabat and Tunis decide to intensify cooperation
Morocco and Tunisia, whose high joint commission wound up a two-day session in Tunis on Thursday, decided to intensify cooperation in various fields.
Tunisia-Morocco, Economics, 7/16/1998
Direct foreign investments in Morocco doubled in 1997
Foreign direct investments in Morocco have doubled in 1997 totalling more than $1 billion, according to the UN Economic and Social Council which is meeting here.
Morocco, Economics, 7/16/1998
Moroccan-Tunisian bilateral commission debates ways to boost cooperation
The Moroccan-Tunisian high joint commission opened in Tunis on Wednesday to debate ways of promoting economic cooperation between the two Maghreban countries.
Tunisia-Morocco, Economics, 7/15/1998
Polisario representative in New York backs his peer's resignation
The representative of the Polisario Front in New York has backed the decision of the group's representative in Canada to quit the movement, a Moroccan daily reported on Tuesday.
Morocco-West Sahara, Politics, 7/15/1998
U.N. chief recommends extension of U.N. Sahara Mission
U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan on Monday recommended the extension of the mandate of the United Nations Mission for the Referendum in the Sahara (MINURSO) for a further period of two months until September 21, 1998.
Morocco-UN, Politics, 7/14/1998
UNESCO praise Moroccan steps to improve life of villagers
The UNESCO recalls that it was Dr.Leila Tazi who was behind the idea and that she sought the support of a group of doctors, sociologists, entrepreneurs and bankers who share the same values, mainly those of solidarity
Morocco-UN, Culture, 7/14/1998
Moroccan banks' group guarantee anti-pollution fund
The Moroccan Central Guarantee Fund "CCG" and the banks' group "GPBM" signed in Rabat Monday a convention under which the CCG will help enterprises set forth anti-pollution systems through a profitable financing.
Morocco, Environment, 7/14/1998
Deaths in road accidents rose in 1st half of 1998
The number of persons who died in road accidents rose alarmingly in the first half of 1998, but regressed again by 22 percent starting end of June as the number of accidents dropped by 4.5 percent.
Morocco, Culture, 7/14/1998
Morocco-Iraq Iraqi Women Delegation on Visit to Morocco
Iraq-Morocco, Culture, 7/14/1998
Annan - MINURSO
Morocco-West Sahara-UN, Politics, 7/14/1998
Morocco's population 35 million by 2014
The Moroccan population will be 35 million strong by the year 2014, the Moroccan Economic planning department said. The Moroccan population was 15.379 million in 1971 and went up to 28 million by 1998.
Morocco, Culture, 7/13/1998
Pakistani prime minister sends envoy to Morocco
Morocco-Pakistan, Politics, 7/13/1998
Moroccan prime minister visits Tunisia
Moroccan Prime Minister Abderrahmane Youssoufi starts on Tuesday a three-day official visit to Tunisia at the invitation of his Tunisian counterpart, Hamed Karoui.
Morocco-Tunisia, Politics, 7/13/1998
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