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Souhail Karam

Salafists blamed for destroying pagan rock carving in Morocco

17 Oct 2012

RABAT An 8,000-year-old rock engraving depicting the Sun as a divinity has been destroyed in the south of Morocco, local residents said, blaming Salafists seeking to impose their fundamentalist view of Islam.

Salafists blamed for destroying pagan rock carving in Morocco

17 Oct 2012

RABAT An 8,000-year-old rock engraving depicting the Sun as a divinity has been destroyed in the south of Morocco, local residents said, blaming Salafists seeking to impose their fundamentalist view of Islam.

Morocco may sell airline stake to major Gulf player

16 Oct 2012

RABAT Morocco, looking to boost tourism and without the financial clout to buy aircraft that can bring holidaymakers from around the world, may sell a stake in Royal Air Maroc to a major Gulf Arab airline.

Morocco may sell airline stake to major Gulf player

15 Oct 2012

RABAT Morocco, looking to boost tourism and without the financial clout to buy aircraft that can bring holidaymakers from around the world, may sell a stake in Royal Air Maroc to a major Gulf Arab airline.

Morocco may sell airline stake to major Gulf player

15 Oct 2012

RABAT Morocco, looking to boost tourism and without the financial clout to buy aircraft that can bring holidaymakers from around the world, may sell a stake in Royal Air Maroc to a major Gulf Arab airline.

Ruler of cash-strapped Morocco plans Gulf Arab tour

11 Oct 2012

KUWAIT/RABAT Morocco's King Mohammed will make a rare tour of Gulf Arab countries before the end of the year as his cash-strapped government tries to drum up investor interest in a sovereign bond.

Ruler of cash-strapped Morocco plans Gulf Arab tour

11 Oct 2012

KUWAIT/RABAT Morocco's King Mohammed will make a rare tour of Gulf Arab countries before the end of the year as his cash-strapped government tries to drum up investor interest in a sovereign bond.

Ruler of cash-strapped Morocco plans Gulf Arab tour

11 Oct 2012

KUWAIT/RABAT Morocco's King Mohammed is to make a rare official tour of Gulf Arab countries later this year as his cash-strapped government seeks alternatives to its crisis-hit European trade partners.

Ruler of cash-strapped Morocco plans Gulf Arab tour

11 Oct 2012

KUWAIT/RABAT Morocco's King Mohammed is to make a rare official tour of Gulf Arab countries later this year as his cash-strapped government seeks alternatives to its crisis-hit European trade partners.

Morocco withdraws accreditation from AFP reporter

05 Oct 2012

RABAT The Moroccan government said on Friday it was withdrawing the accreditation of an Agence France-Presse (AFP) correspondent, accusing him of casting doubt on the monarchy's neutrality in an election.

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