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Morocco building new export zone
Tweet | Tangiers, April 1 (IANS/WAM) Morocco has launched the construction work of a new export zone at a major port in the North African country's northern region as a p... (photo: Creative Commons / Roger Bamkin)
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President-elect Barack Obama delivers his victory speech at his election night party at Grant Park in Chicago, Tuesday night, Nov. 4, 2008. CounterPunch
Obama’s Sleepwalk Toward War
Does Obama realize that he is leading the US and its puppet states to war with Russia and China, or is Obama being manipulated into this disaster by his neoconservative s... (photo: AP / David Guttenfelder)
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Agriculture - Farm land - a cattle grazing in the field - India Newstrack India
India to set up vocational institute in Libya
Tweet | Tripoli (Libya), March 31 (IANS) India will set up a vocational training institute and agricultural research labs in Libya to help the north African nation develo... (photo: WN / Geeta)
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In this Sunday, Oct. 6, 2013 file photo, supporters of Egypt's ousted President Mohammed Morsi are detained during clashes with riot police in Cairo, Egypt. BBC News
Egypt detainees 'routinely tortured'
Egyptian security forces routinely torture detainees as young as 15 years of age, according to testimony given to the BBC. | Former detainees - often held for being near ... (photo: AP / Nameer Galal)
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France apologies to Morocco after minister searched at Paris airport
PARIS (Reuters) - France apologised to Morocco on Friday after the kingdom's foreign minister was searched while transiting at a Paris airport, the latest incident that h... (photo: AP / Claude Paris)
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Politics Business
- Algeria police violently disperse election protest
- Algeria police violently disperse election protest
- Algeria police violently disperse election protest
- >Algeria police violently disperse election protest
In this March 5, 2011 file photo, an anti-government rebel sits with an anti-aircraft weapon in front an oil refinery, after the capture of the oil town of Ras Lanouf, eastern Libya.
In Libya, politicians in fear of powerful militias
- Exclusive - Bahrain's Ahli United Bank considers sale or
- Exclusive - Bahrain's Ahli United Bank considers sale or
- Exclusive - Bahrain's Ahli United Bank considers sale or
- Exclusive - Bahrain's Ahli United Bank considers sale or
Tangier port
Morocco building new export zone
Education Environment
- Clashes Break Out Between Students and Security in Cairo - S
- In Brief: Tiny Union College wins NCAA title
- Students get court to order Egged, J’lem station to clean
- First African Virtual Higher Education Fair Next April 17-19
File: A supporter of Egypt's ousted President Mohammed Morsi stands guard at a barricade near Cairo University, where protesters have installed their camp in Giza, southwest of Cairo, Egypt, Sunday, July 7, 2013.
Bombs at Cairo university hit riot police, 2 dead
- Coface Lowers Tunisia's 'Business Environment Assess
- Bizerte - Four Extremists Arrested, Sweeping Operation Condu
- Environment Minister - Egypt Should Not Depend On Foreign En
- Nation Lights Candles to Celebrate "Earth Hour"
Sport Health
- Aiba Youth World Boxing Championships - Mekki Ben Said (56kg
- Under20 Team Summoned to Play Friendly Match Against Morocco
- Ailing Bouteflika urges Algerians to vote
- Envoy’s kidnappers state their demands
A truck with men sitting on top of it, which is part of a convoy of over 100 vehicles of Muslims fleeing Bangui, Central African Republic, Friday, Feb. 14, 2014, turns around after MISCA troops, the African Unions peacekeeping force currently being deployed in the Central African Republic, deemed the road out was not secure.
CAR strife tops summit agenda
- Tunisia Is Raising Money To Save A 'Star Wars' Set F
- President pledges $500 million in loan guarantees to aid Tun
- Obama: US to provide loan guarantees for Tunisia