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Moroccan economic mission in Ireland end of may
Morocco-Ireland, Economics, 5/4/2002
Guinea renews backing to framework agreement on Sahara
Guinea has renewed backing to the framework agreement on the Sahara brokered by the UN Secretary General's special envoy James Baker
Morocco-Guinea, Politics, 5/4/2002
Morocco, Guinea sign package of agreements
The agreements deal with cooperation in the sectors of information, tourism, promotion and reciprocal protection of investments, and higher education and scientific research
Morocco-Guinea, Economics, 5/4/2002
Morocco, Qatar study bilateral free trade
Contacts are under way between Morocco and Qatar for the creation of a bilateral free trade zone, Qatari ambassador to Morocco, Sakr Mubarak Al-Mansouri, said Friday.
Morocco-Qatar, Economics, 5/4/2002
5th telethon expects to raise 30 million dirhams for handicapped
The Moroccan Association for Handicapped Persons (AHM) holds May 9 through 18 its fifth Telethon to collect 30 million Dirhams ($2,6 Mln) to carry out projects for the integration of handicapped persons.
Morocco, Culture, 5/4/2002
Tennis: Morocco's al-Aynaoui cruises to semi-final in munich
Morocco, Sports, 5/4/2002
Morocco wants stronger ties with Asian countries
Morocco wants stronger ties with Asian countries, especially those who master high technologies and boast management expertise like Japan, Moroccan minister of foreign affairs and cooperation, Mohammed Benaissa, said Thursday at a meeting with Japanese minister of administrative management, interior, posts and telecoms, Toransuke Katayama.
Morocco-Japan, Politics, 5/4/2002
Morocco lauds U.S. announcement of international conference on mideast peace
Morocco on Saturday said it welcomes with satisfaction the announcement made Thursday by U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell of an international conference on peace in the Middle East.
Morocco-Regional, Politics, 5/4/2002
Israeli tomato seeds in the Moroccan markets
The Moroccan daily al-Alam said on Friday quoting well-informed sources that Israeli tomato seeds are strongly invading the Moroccan market.
Morocco-Israel, Economics, 5/4/2002
Morocco denies separatists' participation in non-aligned movement meeting in Durban
A senior official from the Moroccan foreign department has flatly denied the participation of any Polisario delegation in the ministerial meeting of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM), held in Durban, South Africa, April 27-29.
Morocco-Algeria, Politics, 5/4/2002
Morocco ready to continue efforts for fair peace in mideast
Morocco's King Mohammed VI on Friday renewed Morocco's readiness to continue contributing to the efforts geared towards establishment of a fair and lasting peace between Palestinians and Israelis.
Morocco-USA, Politics, 5/4/2002
Sanitation sector in Morocco needs about $87 bln over 5 coming years, study
The sector of sanitation in Morocco needs an investment worth 100 billion Dirhams (about US$ 87 billion) over the coming five years, a study revealed.
Morocco, Economics, 5/4/2002
EU backs Moroccan associations program with 5 mln euros
The European Union will contribute five Million Euros to the program of support to Moroccan professional associations, launched by the Moroccan Industrial federation (CGEM/employers'union).
Morocco-European Union, Economics, 5/4/2002
Morocco's Princess Lalla Hasna chairs charity gala
Morocco's Princess Lalla Hasna, younger sister of King Mohammed VI, chaired in Rabat Wednesday a charity gala held by the Arab Group of the Diplomatic Club.
Morocco, Culture, 5/3/2002
U.S.-proposed framework accord on Sahara still valid, Moroccan fm
The U.S.-proposed framework accord on the Sahara is still valid as a solution to the artificial conflict of the Moroccan Sahara, Moroccan foreign affairs and cooperation minister, Mohamed Benaissa, said Thursday.
Morocco, Politics, 5/3/2002
Moroccan elderly inmate in Italy wants to be operated on at home
A 78-year-old Moroccan, jailed in Italy for murder, has refused to be operated on Italy, preferring to undergo the emergency surgery at home.
Morocco, Culture, 5/3/2002
Framework accord most promising settlement to Sahara issue, france says
France said Thursday that the framework accord option for the Sahara, proposed by James Baker (Personal Envoy of the U.N. Secretary-General for the Sahara), is "the most promising" solution to the issue.
Morocco-France, Politics, 5/3/2002
Morocco, Britain probe cooperation
Means to upgrade cooperation ties between Morocco and Britain topped talks held here between Moroccan minister of industry, commerce, energy and mining, Mustapha Mansouri, and Director general of the Confederation of British Industry (CBI), Digby Jones, currently visiting Morocco.
Morocco-UK, Economics, 5/3/2002
Fez Sacred Music Festival Kicks off on May 28
The Moroccan spiritual capital city of Fez will host the 8th edition of its Sacred Music Festival May 28 through June 11 under the generic theme of "Paths of Wisdom."
Regional-Morocco, Local, 5/3/2002
Tennis: Morocco's Al-Aynaoui cruises to quarter-final in Munich
Morocco, Sports, 5/3/2002
Two illegal immigration webs dismantled
The Moroccan police dismantled Tetouan last week two webs specializing in smuggling people to Europe via the Gibraltar straight.
Morocco, Local, 5/3/2002
Football: Morocco's U-19 team warms up for African cup
Morocco's Under 19 team will start as of next week a warming up program for the preliminary heats of the African Nations Junior Cup, to be held next year in Burkina Faso.
Morocco, Sports, 5/3/2002
King of Bahrain receives Moroccan minister
Bahrain-Morocco, Economics, 5/1/2002
Kuwait Ruler Receives Moroccan Speaker
Kuwait-Morocco, Politics, 5/1/2002
Schooling rate in Morocco to reach 97% next fall, minister
The schooling rate of Moroccan children aged between 6 and 11 will reach 97% next fall, minister of education, Abdellah Saaf, said.
Morocco, Education, 5/1/2002
Morocco projects no increase in minimum wages, joblessness decreased
He announced that a United Arab Emirates enterprise will employ 30,000 Moroccans, with the help of US and European firms, instead of the initially proposed 20,000. The UAE firm, which organizes cruises, has opted for Moroccan manpower instead of its traditional Pakistani, Indian and Kenyan staff.
Morocco, Economics, 5/1/2002
Security council extends MINURSO mandate by three months
Morocco, Politics, 5/1/2002
Sahara partition is inadmissible, affirms Benaissa
Morocco on Tuesday renewed its categorical rejection of the partition of the Sahara as an "inadmissible" option.
Morocco, Politics, 5/1/2002
US shows understanding to Morocco's position on Sahara
The Moroccan foreign affairs and cooperation minister on Tuesday said the USA has shown understanding regarding Morocco's position on the Sahara.
Morocco-USA, Politics, 5/1/2002
France voices backing to US-proposed frame-work agreement on Sahara
For France the frame-work agreement "is the sole option" likely to ensure a "realistic" solution and "lasting" settlement to the Sahara issue, said Ms. Laurence Auer
Morocco-France, Politics, 5/1/2002
Call to upgrade Moroccan-Kuwaiti cooperation
Moroccan and Kuwaiti MPs have called for more efforts to upgrade cooperation ties between the two states in economic and commercial realms.
Morocco-Kuwait, Politics, 5/1/2002
British employers see Morocco as promising market
The future of economic and commercial relations between Morocco and Britain is promising, said Digby Jones, director general of the British Investments Council.
Morocco-UK, Economics, 5/1/2002
Morocco-Guinea commission opens
The Moroccan-Guinean high joint commission started Tuesday in Rabat its fifth session to debate means to upgrade cooperation between the two African nations.
Morocco-Guinea, Politics, 5/1/2002
Moroccan-Yemeni talks on education
Means to upgrade cooperation between Morocco and Yemen in education fields topped talks held in Rabat by visiting Yemeni minister of education, Ali Fadl Abu Ghanem.
Morocco-Yemen, Education, 5/1/2002
Morocco ready to help reconstruct Palestinian agricultural sector
Morocco is ready to contribute to the reconstruction of the Palestinian agricultural sector, Moroccan minister of agriculture, rural development, water and forests, Ismael Alaoui, said Abu Dhabi Monday.
Morocco-Palestine, Economics, 5/1/2002
Tennis: Morocco's Al-Aynaoui qualifies for second round in Munich
Morocco, Sports, 5/1/2002
Japanese telecom minister to visit Morocco
Japanese minister of administrative management, interior affairs, post and telecommunications, Toransuke Katayama, will start Thursday a four-day visit to Morocco.
Morocco-Japan, Economics, 5/1/2002
Arab cooperatives union maintains Morocco as assistant-secretary general
There are nearly 30,000 cooperatives in the Arab states, mustering some 40 million members, operating mainly in the fields of agriculture, handicraft, housing and water management.
Regional-Morocco, Economics, 5/1/2002
Morocco attends meeting on security in mediterranean
The meeting, sponsored by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and the British Royal United services Institute, discussed new challenges to security in the Mediterranean, the public opinion in the partner-countries to Mediterranean dialogue, and regional security cooperation prospects in the Mediterranean.
Morocco-Regional, Military, 5/1/2002
Rugby: Morocco's Bougja Elected Head of African Body
Aziz Bougja, President of the Moroccan Royal Rugby Federation, was unanimously elected on Tuesday President of the African Rugby Confederation (ARC).
Morocco, Sports, 5/1/2002
Calls to free Moroccan detainees in Polisario jails
The Istiqlal Party (PI), one of Morocco's largest political organizations, has called for the release of Moroccans detained in the camps of Tindouf, the Polisario stronghold in south-western Algeria.
Morocco-Algeria, Politics, 4/30/2002
Moroccan-Guinean high joint commission meets in Rabat
Morocco and Guinea will hold the fifth session of their high joint commission April 30 through May 2 in Rabat to explore means to upgrade bilateral economic and commercial cooperation.
Morocco-Guinea, Economics, 4/30/2002
Kuwaiti journalism exhibition travels through Morocco
Morocco-Kuwait, Politics, 4/30/2002
Moroccan globe trotter leaves New Delhi
Qatine, 30, had started his march for peace and entente among peoples last November from Rabat, Morocco's capital city. After crossing the Arab Maghreb countries, Qatine walked around Egypt, Jordan, Syria, Turkey, Lebanon, Iraq, Iran before reaching Pakistan and India.
Morocco, Local, 4/30/2002
Al-Assad, Moroccan king hold telephone discussions
Syria-Morocco, Politics, 4/29/2002
Saudi crown prince arrives in Casablanca
Morocco-Saudi Arabia, Local, 4/29/2002
Environment and development party set up
A new party, the Environment and Sustainable Development Party (PEDD), has seen the light of day in Morocco last week.
Morocco, Politics, 4/29/2002
Football: Morocco's RAJA, WYDAD clubs survive in African Cups
Morocco's RAJA and WYDAD of Casablanca on Sunday managed to snatch qualification tickets for coming rounds respectively of the African Champions League and the African Cup of Cup Winners.
Morocco, Sports, 4/29/2002
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