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King Hassan hails Pope's efforts for peace and co-existence
The king expressed high esteem for the pope's ceaseless efforts at the service of peace, consolidation of harmonious co-existence between peoples, encouragement to settle disputes through dialogue and reinforcement of moral values that preserve human dignity in a constant relation with God."
Regional-Morocco, Politics, 11/6/1998
Report: For Morocco, Sahara issue is settled, Ageria is dear to me
He went on that he is giving the priority to the difficult living conditions of populations in the border areas, explaining, "if we go back to the pre-1994 situation, it will prompt some dynamism that will contribute to improve the climate between the two governments and peoples."
Morocco, Politics, 11/6/1998
Morocco takes measures to reform civil service, fight corruption
minister of the government general affairs Ahmed Lahlimi announced plans to cut the administration spending to between 9 to 8 percent of the Gross Domestic Product by 2003 from the current 11 percent in addition to a projected adoption of 20 laws, 24 decrees and 41 actions.
Morocco, Politics, 11/5/1998
Moroccan and Senegalese preferential trade agreement to be finalized
Moroccan and Senegalese experts are to convene a meeting in Rabat next December to finalize a preferential trade agreement.
Morocco-Senegal, Economics, 11/5/1998
Morocco controls its sea by satellite
Morocco will start controlling its territorial waters with a satellite system, it was officially announced here.
Morocco, Economics, 11/5/1998
France proposes assistance for return of illegal immigrants from Morocco
The French government decided Wednesday to adopt additional measures to help illegal immigrants return to their country, by offering them training and helping them find jobs in their country.
Morocco-France, Politics, 11/5/1998
Blind persons will undergo special training
Blind persons will undergo a special training which will facilitate their way into the job market, Moroccan employment minister, Khalid Alioua told Wednesday here Moroccan MPs.
Morocco, Culture, 11/5/1998
Book fair opens in Casablanca
Morocco-Regional, Culture, 11/5/1998
Moroccan public health sector goes on strike next week
Morocco, Local, 11/5/1998
Moroccan parliament to enhance cooperation with Afro-Arab MP forum
Speaker of the Moroccan House of Representatives (lower Chamber of Moroccan Parliament), Abdelouahed Radi, voiced here Wednesday Morocco's readiness to foster cooperation ties with the African and Arab MPs Forum of sustained development.
Morocco-Regional, Politics, 11/5/1998
U.N. denies rumors on postponement of Annan's North Africa tour
Morocco-UN, Politics, 11/5/1998
Unemployed graduates strike in front of Moroccan parliament
Morocco, Politics, 11/5/1998
Morocco offers model in handling Islamist phenomenon, Egyptian analyst says
Touching on the Rabat meeting on women's rights and obligations, Houaidi said all participants, regardless of their trends, agreed that women are prey to injustice and that their situation should be improved.
Regional-Morocco, Politics, 11/4/1998
Italian MPs hold intensive talks in Rabat
During the meeting, the prime minister made a historical survey on the Moroccan Sahara issue, the Spanish colonization of the territory, the migration of the Sahara's inhabitants towards the northern provinces to flee colonial repression, and the Green March that peacefully liberated the southern provinces.
Morocco-Italy, Politics, 11/4/1998
Moroccan Carrier's Office in Saudi Arabia Robbed
Saudi Arabia-Morocco, Local, 11/4/1998
Some 9,000 Moroccan kidney patients need dialysis or transplant
Some 9,000 people suffering from kidney diseases, including 80% poor persons, need dialysis or transplant, said Moroccan Health Minister Abdelouahed El Fassi.
Morocco, Health, 11/4/1998
Morocco hosts African seminar on sea fisheries training
Executives in charge of sea fisheries training from 12 African countries will attend in Agadir, Morocco this November 9 through December 4 a seminar on training in sea fisheries.
Morocco, Politics, 11/4/1998
Moroccan official calls for more Austrian investments
Moroccan Minister of Industry, Trade and Handicraft Alami Tazi called on Austrian investors to conduct business in Morocco by creating enterprises and concluding partnership agreements.
Morocco-Austria, Economics, 11/4/1998
Portuguese businessmen in Morocco next week
A Portuguese business delegation is expected in Morocco next week for a two-day visit to explore with their Moroccan peers means of upgrading trade and industrial cooperation through partnership and technology transfer.
Morocco-Portugal, Economics, 11/4/1998
Moroccan premier to visit southern provinces on Green March
Morocco will mark on November 6 the 23rd anniversary of the Green March, which peacefully liberated the Moroccan Sahara from the yoke of Spanish occupation.
Morocco, Politics, 11/4/1998
Morocco sets up administrative reform commission
A strategic commission for the reform of administration, chaired by the prime minister, has been set up. The commission will define a strategy meant to consolidate the policy of administrative deconcentration and reconsider administrative procedures.
Morocco, Politics, 11/3/1998
Peking backs Rabat's effort to restore Morocco's legitimate rights
In an interview on the occasion of the 40th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic ties between Morocco and China, Mu Wen said the Chinese people is indebted to Morocco, "which had helped China return to its legitimate seat at the United Nations."
Morocco-China, Politics, 11/3/1998
Morocco set to protect intellectual property
Means to protect industrial property were the focus of talks held in Rabat on Monday between speaker of the house of representatives (the parliament's lower house), Abdelouahed Radi, and chairwoman of the French national anti-counterfeiting committee, Brigitte Douay.
Morocco-France, Economics, 11/3/1998
Government renews self-employment project proposal to jobless graduates
The Moroccan government renewed a proposal to jobless graduates to create self-employment cooperatives.
Morocco, Economics, 11/3/1998
Italian MPs visit Rabat
A delegation from the foreign relations committee at the Italian chamber of representatives is currently visiting Morocco to explore means of consolidating cooperation ties with the Moroccan Chamber of Representatives (lower house).
Morocco-Italy, Politics, 11/3/1998
Moroccan carrier to service new flights for winter
Morocco's carrier, Royal Air Maroc (RAM), said it will launch new flights for the 1998-99 winter season and expressed its intention to carry 3.5 million passengers during fiscal 1998-99.
Morocco, Business, 11/3/1998
Belgian Senate delegation holds talks in Morocco
A visiting delegation from the Belgian Senate held talks Monday with Moroccan officials, including Prime Minister Abderrahmane Youssoufi and the speakers of the parliament's two chambers, Abdelouahed Radi and Mohamed Jalal Essaid.
Morocco-Belgium, Politics, 11/3/1998
Moroccan carrier participates in Arab Air Transport Union's meeting
Regional-Morocco, Business, 11/3/1998
Moroccan official attends in Spain conference on women and migration
Moroccan Secretary of State for Cooperation Aicha Belarbi is attending in Barcelona, Spain, a seminar on women and migration in the West Mediterranean countries.
Morocco-Spain, Culture, 11/3/1998
Moroccan geneticists identify gene of rare hereditary disease
A team of Moroccan genetics searchers have identified the location, on the Human genome, a gene responsible of a rare genetic form of a hydrotic ectodermic dysplasia.
Morocco, Science, 11/2/1998
Muslim theologians and women organizations debate women's rights and duties in Islam
Chairman of the council of Rabat and Sale Theologians, Pr. Abbas Jirari, tackled the issue of scarfs worn by muslim women and said attitudes related to this phenomenon are a baseless intellectual and social archaism meant to associate Islam with a certain dressing fashion and disseminate a negative image of Islam as restricting women's rights.
Regional-Morocco, Culture, 11/2/1998
Renowned Moroccan Andalucian Music Star Passes Away
Morocco, People, 11/2/1998
Islamic culture ministers hold 2nd meeting in Rabat
The second Islamic Conference of Culture Ministers is due to be held in Rabat this November 12-14 to consider the implementation of the Islamic world cultural strategy.
Regional-Morocco, Religion, 11/2/1998
French Accor group signs management contract of three hotels in Morocco
The French leading tourism group Accor won recently a contract for the management of three luxury hotels in Morocco.
Morocco, Business, 11/2/1998
Fisheries joint commission meets in Lisbon
Portugal is among the European countries that benefit from the Morocco-European Union fisheries accord under which nearly 600 European trawlers, mainly Spanish and Portuguese, operate in Moroccan waters.
Morocco-Spain, Business, 11/2/1998
Morocco concerned over forest depletion
The Moroccan secretary of state in charge of environment warned against the depletion of the Moroccan large forest of Mamora (north of Rabat) which plays a key role in social and economic fields.
Morocco, Environment, 11/2/1998
Morocco and Mali agree to foster cooperation in sports fields
Morocco-Mali, Sports, 11/2/1998
King Hassan II receives Saudi official
Morocco-Saudi Arabia, Culture, 11/2/1998
King Hassan voices optimism over future of relations with Algeria
Morocco-Algeria, Politics, 11/2/1998
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