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Algeria has no evidence of Morocco's involvement in arms smuggling
A spokesman for the Algerian government, Hamrawi Habib Chawki, said Algeria cannot accuse its neighbors, mainly Morocco, of being a transit for Algeria-bound weapons in the absence of evidence.
Algeria-Morocco, Politics, 8/28/1998
Algerian gunmen killed
Algerian dailies published on Thursday said that 10 Algerian gunmen and one soldier were killed during acts of violence carried out in several Algerian areas.
Algeria-Morocco, Local, 8/28/1998
Aramco to sign oil contracts with Morocco
Morocco will sign next September a contract with world leading oil prospecting company Aramco, Moroccan energy minister Youssef Tahiri said thursday without revealing the amount of the contract.
Morocco-Saudi Arabia-USA, Business, 8/28/1998
Moroccan UN human rights expert calls for lifting embargo on Iraq
A Moroccan UN Human Rights expert has called for lifting the sanctions imposed Iraq and urged the international community to alleviate the sufferings of the Iraqi people.
Morocco-Iraq, Politics, 8/28/1998
Morocco ready to assist Burkina Faso in combating desertification
Morocco is ready to assist Burkina Faso in combating desertification, Moroccan environment secretary of state, Ahmed Iraki, said.
Morocco-Burkina Faso, Environment, 8/28/1998
Morocco hosts international meeting on research and creation
Regional-Morocco, Culture, 8/28/1998
Morocco's Hicham Arazi out of U.S. Commack Open
Morocco, Sports, 8/28/1998
Group of US, Canadian and British students wind up Islam courses in Morocco
A group of Muslim students from the U.S.A, Canada and Britain have undergone a month-long course on Islam, held at the traditional university "Al Qarawyine" in Fes by the Moroccan minister of Islamic affairs.
Morocco, Religion, 8/28/1998
Portugal and Morocco set up parliamentary friendship group
A Portugal-Morocco parliamentary friendship group has just been set up at the initiative of Portuguese social-democrat MP Paulo Mendo.
Morocco-Portugal, Politics, 8/28/1998
Moroccan ministerial committee on illegal emigration holds first session
The Moroccan ministerial committee on illegal emigration, set up this week, held its first meeting on Thursday under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Abderrahmane Youssoufi.
Morocco-Italy, Politics, 8/28/1998
Security Council satisfied over progress in UN settlement plan in Sahara
The UN Security Council expressed satisfaction over the progress achieved in some aspects of the UN settlement plan for the Sahara, mainly regarding the identification process of persons eligible to vote in the projected referendum.
Morocco-West Sahara, Politics, 8/27/1998
UNDP to help Morocco combat poverty
A representative of the United Nations Development Program "UNDP" in Morocco said the UN body will continue to assist Morocco in its efforts to combat poverty and improve living standards of rural population.
Morocco, Economics, 8/27/1998
Morocco launches low-cost mountain bikes
Morocco will start manufacturing low-cost competitive mountain bikes to be sold for less than $90 US.
Morocco, Business, 8/27/1998
Morocco sets up ministerial committee on illegal emigration
The Moroccan government has set up a ministerial committee on the issue of illegal emigration, it was officially announced in Rabat.
Morocco, Politics, 8/26/1998
Morocco seizes 74 tons of juvenile sardines
Moroccan fishing authorities have seized lately 74 tons of juvenile sardines in the southern Atlantic port of Laayoune.
Morocco, Politics, 8/26/1998
Moroccan Athletics Federation satisfied over Africa's backing
The Moroccan Athletics Federation has voiced satisfaction over Africa's full backing regarding the sanctions imposed by the International Amateur Athletics Federation on Morocco following its dispute with the Israeli Athletics Federation.
Morocco-Israel, Sports, 8/26/1998
Paris hosts first colloquy on Moroccan - French partnership
The Moroccan-French Friendship Association will hold on October 1 a colloquy on partnership between the two countries.
Morocco-France, Economics, 8/26/1998
Afghan women freedom plight to be addressed UN Committee
The UN Human Rights Sub-Committee has adopted in Geneva a resolution presented by a Moroccan expert on the difficult situation Afghan women are undergoing.
Morocco-UN, International, 8/25/1998
IAAF agrees to review Morocco-Israel dispute
The International Athletics Amateur Federation has agreed to hear both the Moroccan and Israeli federations on the dispute opposing the two sides regarding the entry visa to the Moroccan territory, the IAAF president said on Monday.
Morocco, Sports, 8/25/1998
Fish professionals' international meeting to convene in Morocco
The fourth international meeting of fish exporters and importers will be held in Agadir, Southern Morocco, next September 9-11.
Morocco, Politics, 8/25/1998
Returning accusation, Moroccan diplomat says Polisario violates freedom of movement
Brushing aside these allegations as "pernicious and unacceptable," the diplomat said accusations that Morocco is restricting the movement of diplomats and journalists are totally false.
Morocco-West Sahara, Politics, 8/25/1998
Algeria still clings to global approach to heal relations with Morocco
Algerian Foreign Ministry spokesman Abdul Aziz Sabaa said Monday his country still adheres to "a global approach" in addressing its relations with Morocco.
Algeria-Morocco, Politics, 8/25/1998
8% of Morocco's working women employed by the state
A study conducted by the Moroccan Center for Demographic Studies and Research found that 8 percent of working women in Morocco are employed by the state while the rate stands at 13.9 percent for men.
Morocco, Economics, 8/24/1998
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