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Jan 9th, 2013
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Both diplomatic and economic relations between Morocco and the United States have sometimes evolved in different ways, but they have never witnessed an overall positive development  until the current reign of King Mohammed VI. Since his accession to the throne in 1999 , the Moroccan monarch has indee...
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Dec 22nd, 2012
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Solid, longstanding relations between the United states and Morocco.  Throughout history, leaders of both countries have alwys been keen to continue working and coordinating with each other to further develop and expand their bilateral ties.  Every time the issue of relationship between the two count...
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Nov 9th, 2012
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By: Said Temsamani  On November 9 King Mohammed VI visited the construction site of the Mohammed VI green city, close to Benguerir, a one-off project in Africa that gives a new royal impetus to a megaproject joining modernity and sustainable development. Today many Moroccans live in towns and cities....
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Nov 7th, 2012
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Washington: This is the message Barack Obama, who was re-elected in a resounding victory today, posted a message thanking his supporters on his campaign website. Below is the message: How this happened: I’m about to go speak to the crowd here in Chicago, but I wanted to thank you first. I want ...
By IndepthAfrica
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Jul 18th, 2012
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(Press Release) Ethiopian historic maiden flight to Toronto touched down at Pearson International Airport on Tuesday July 17, 2012. Toronto has now become, with Washington D.C., the second destination served by Ethiopian in North America. This first direct flight between Toronto and Africa was receiv...
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Jul 14th, 2012
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By Hisham Abass July 12, 2012 — If you have seen the great filmmaker Steven Spielberg’s film “E.T.” about an extraterrestrial character, the little lost alien, you can imagine what I am telling you next. After one month in Lahout camp we all started to look like the alien in “E.T.”. We would look at ...
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Jul 14th, 2012
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By Isaiah Abraham The Republic of South Sudan celebrated its first Anniversary this week with pops, performances and joy across the faces of the people of this republic; a clear manifestation of defiance against all odds that bedevil this nation, right from day one when a semi autonomous government w...
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Jul 14th, 2012
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By Fatah Arman Demonstrations in Khartoum, the capital of Sudan and many other cities are loosening dictator Bashir’s grip on power. The demonstrators have been flooding the streets of Khartoum since June 19, 2012, a day after the government announced the removal of subsidies for consumer goods and f...
By IndepthAfrica
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Jul 3rd, 2012
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When I clicked on the Ghanaweb news headlines on June 28, the first thing that caught my attention was the caption about 70 Nigerian ex-militants in police grips. Honestly, I was stunned by this nauseating revelation. A number of questions raced through my mind among which were – why accommodat...
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May 26th, 2012
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We, the First Hijrah Ethio/American Muslim community in the Washington Metropolitan Area, are gravely concerned about the Ethiopian government’s interference in Ethiopian Muslims’ religious affairs by forcefully imposing a religious sect of its choice. According to different media outlets the Ethiopi...