Centre-South, Morocco Newswire (Page 5)

Centre-South, Morocco Newswire (Page 5)

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  1. The best and worst backpacker destinations to get injured...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 4, 2016 | Daily Mail

    Greece - at its dramatic best: Hunting inspiration for her new novel, author Victoria Hislop tours the Peloponnese and is spellbound by its natural beauty Fancy exploring the world on foot? You can at this quirky Danish attraction Turn back the holiday clock in JFK's Jamaica: Inside the Montego Bay hotel that's hosted the former US president and showbiz legends The exotic allure of Morocco's magical Fes: Little has changed in this living museum - except it's now easier than ever to get to Relax...in the capital of cosiness: Laid-back, peaceful and very, very happy - it's no wonder Denmark is a hit with stressed-out Brits The purrfect hosts! Hotels from around the world that employ dogs, cats and even water buffalo as part of their welcome team Why a vacation is SO good for you: Study shows how 'retreating to a resort' clears your stress and immune pathways Passenger jets came within ... (more)

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  2. That best friend feline: Adorable photographs show inseparable...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 4, 2016 | Daily Mail

    Greece - at its dramatic best: Hunting inspiration for her new novel, author Victoria Hislop tours the Peloponnese and is spellbound by its natural beauty The exotic allure of Morocco's magical Fes: Little has changed in this living museum - except it's now easier than ever to get to Turn back the holiday clock in JFK's Jamaica: Inside the Montego Bay hotel that's hosted the former US president and showbiz legends Relax...in the capital of cosiness: Laid-back, peaceful and very, very happy - it's no wonder Denmark is a hit with stressed-out Brits The purrfect hosts! Hotels from around the world that employ dogs, cats and even water buffalo as part of their welcome team Why a vacation is SO good for you: Study shows how 'retreating to a resort' clears your stress and immune pathways Passenger jets came within 700ft of colliding over Gatwick airport after air traffic controller MISSED ... (more)

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  3. Three girls, no wi-fi... Mrs M's big birthday gamble: Author...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 4, 2016 | Daily Mail

    Greece - at its dramatic best: Hunting inspiration for her new novel, author Victoria Hislop tours the Peloponnese and is spellbound by its natural beauty The exotic allure of Morocco's magical Fes: Little has changed in this living museum - except it's now easier than ever to get to Turn back the holiday clock in JFK's Jamaica: Inside the Montego Bay hotel that's hosted the former US president and showbiz legends Relax...in the capital of cosiness: Laid-back, peaceful and very, very happy - it's no wonder Denmark is a hit with stressed-out Brits The purrfect hosts! Hotels from around the world that employ dogs, cats and even water buffalo as part of their welcome team Why a vacation is SO good for you: Study shows how 'retreating to a resort' clears your stress and immune pathways Passenger jets came within 700ft of colliding over Gatwick airport after air traffic controller MISSED ... (more)

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  4. Relax...in the capital of cosiness: Laid-back, peaceful and very,...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 4, 2016 | Daily Mail

    Greece - at its dramatic best: Hunting inspiration for her new novel, author Victoria Hislop tours the Peloponnese and is spellbound by its natural beauty The exotic allure of Morocco's magical Fes: Little has changed in this living museum - except it's now easier than ever to get to Turn back the holiday clock in JFK's Jamaica: Inside the Montego Bay hotel that's hosted the former US president and showbiz legends Relax...in the capital of cosiness: Laid-back, peaceful and very, very happy - it's no wonder Denmark is a hit with stressed-out Brits The purrfect hosts! Hotels from around the world that employ dogs, cats and even water buffalo as part of their welcome team Why a vacation is SO good for you: Study shows how 'retreating to a resort' clears your stress and immune pathways Passenger jets came within 700ft of colliding over Gatwick airport after air traffic controller MISSED ... (more)

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  5. Greece - at its dramatic best: Hunting inspiration for her new...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 3, 2016 | Daily Mail

    The exotic allure of Morocco's magical Fes: Little has changed in this living museum - except it's now easier than ever to get to The purrfect hosts! Hotels from around the world that employ dogs, cats and even water buffalo as part of their welcome team Why a vacation is SO good for you: Study shows how 'retreating to a resort' clears your stress and immune pathways Passenger jets came within 700ft of colliding over Gatwick airport after air traffic controller MISSED first plane on his radar and then went on his break Thrillseekers apply here! Outdoor clothing firm advertises for 'Directors Of Toughness' to travel the world's mountains, glaciers and lakes testing sportswear Cologne, playing cards and shaving cream: Vintage Pan Am travel kit reveals what life for a passenger was really like in the golden era of flying Wild beaches, clifftop walks and rugged moorlands: Follow in Poldark's ... (more)

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  6. Turn back the holiday clock in JFK's Jamaica: Inside the Montego ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 3, 2016 | Daily Mail

    The exotic allure of Morocco's magical Fes: Little has changed in this living museum - except it's now easier than ever to get to The purrfect hosts! Hotels from around the world that employ dogs, cats and even water buffalo as part of their welcome team Why a vacation is SO good for you: Study shows how 'retreating to a resort' clears your stress and immune pathways Passenger jets came within 700ft of colliding over Gatwick airport after air traffic controller MISSED first plane on his radar and then went on his break Thrillseekers apply here! Outdoor clothing firm advertises for 'Directors Of Toughness' to travel the world's mountains, glaciers and lakes testing sportswear Cologne, playing cards and shaving cream: Vintage Pan Am travel kit reveals what life for a passenger was really like in the golden era of flying Wild beaches, clifftop walks and rugged moorlands: Follow in Poldark's ... (more)

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  7. From visiting a famous bridge to sampling the local wines: Six things you must do in AvignonRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 3, 2016 | Daily Mail

    The exotic allure of Morocco's magical Fes: Little has changed in this living museum - except it's now easier than ever to get to The purrfect hosts! Hotels from around the world that employ dogs, cats and even water buffalo as part of their welcome team Why a vacation is SO good for you: Study shows how 'retreating to a resort' clears your stress and immune pathways Passenger jets came within 700ft of colliding over Gatwick airport after air traffic controller MISSED first plane on his radar and then went on his break Thrillseekers apply here! Outdoor clothing firm advertises for 'Directors Of Toughness' to travel the world's mountains, glaciers and lakes testing sportswear Cologne, playing cards and shaving cream: Vintage Pan Am travel kit reveals what life for a passenger was really like in the golden era of flying Wild beaches, clifftop walks and rugged moorlands: Follow in Poldark's ... (more)

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  8. The exotic allure of Morocco's magical Fes: Little has changed in ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 3, 2016 | Daily Mail

    The exotic allure of Morocco's magical Fes: Little has changed in this living museum - except it's now easier than ever to get to The purrfect hosts! Hotels from around the world that employ dogs, cats and even water buffalo as part of their welcome team Why a vacation is SO good for you: Study shows how 'retreating to a resort' clears your stress and immune pathways Passenger jets came within 700ft of colliding over Gatwick airport after air traffic controller MISSED first plane on his radar and then went on his break Thrillseekers apply here! Outdoor clothing firm advertises for 'Directors Of Toughness' to travel the world's mountains, glaciers and lakes testing sportswear Cologne, playing cards and shaving cream: Vintage Pan Am travel kit reveals what life for a passenger was really like in the golden era of flying Wild beaches, clifftop walks and rugged moorlands: Follow in Poldark's ... (more)

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  9. Kasbah Moroccan Cafe is a North African oasis in downtown Portland: Cheap EatsRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 31, 2016 | OregonLive.com

    Kasbah Moroccan Cafe, a three-month-old restaurant with sunset orange walls laden with native artwork, comes from Naji Bouhmid, his wife Maleaha Laski who runs the front of house, and mom, Zahra. You can often find Bouhmid, who learned to cook in the northeastern city of Fes, bouncing around the dining room, dropping food at tables and chatting warmly with guests.

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  10. Sugar futures fall, despite slowing Brazilian productionRead the original story

    Aug 30, 2016 | Agrimoney.com

    Sugar production in Brazil's main Centre South cane belt fell over the first half of June, following heavy rain which hampered production in the region. But raw sugar futures failed to find any traction, as cane crushing in the Center South, and the volume of the crop being used of sugar production, remains ahead of last year's level.

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  11. Sugar price rally not over yet, says ISO, flagging 'critically low' stocksRead the original story

    Aug 30, 2016 | Agrimoney.com

    The rally in sugar prices, already close to four-year highs, has further to run, spurred by the fall in world inventories to "critically low" levels, the International Sugar Organization said, despite foreseeing a rise in output. The intergovernmental group, in its first forecast for the world sugar production deficit in 2016-17, pegged it at 7.05m tonnes, one of the highest shortfalls on record.

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  12. PM markets: soybean futures tumble despite big export salesRead the original story

    Aug 25, 2016 | Agrimoney.com

    Soybean futures tumbled, despite very heavy export sales, as a US crop tour points to heavy pod counts, which bodes well for yield prospects. US soybean sales for the 2016-17 crop year were a huge 1.94m tonnes, where markets were expecting sales of 1.10-1.30m tonnes.

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  13. Music VoyagerRead the original story

    Aug 23, 2016 | KISU-TV Pocatello

    The new travel-based music series MUSIC VOYAGER features host Jacob Edgar exploring thriving, exotic global music scenes to discover emerging talent. Edgar - an ethnomusicologist, cultural musician and music critic - travels all over the world to hear cutting-edge musicians and immerse himself in their cultures.

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  14. TalkBack for Aug. 23: Groceries, sports, mosquitoesRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 22, 2016 | The Star

    This is to respond to the person who was talking about the grapes and strawberries and putting them back. You could be talking about me.

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  15. Grain markets rise on short covering, export demandRead the original story

    Aug 17, 2016 | Agrimoney.com

    What's happening in the grain markets? So far this week Chicago grains have been notable for their limited volatility, and low volumes. This effect is particularly striking in row crops, which might be expected to see more action, given that the US harvest is growing ever closer.

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  16. Sugar futures tumble, as Conab lifts production forecastRead the original story

    Aug 17, 2016 | Agrimoney.com

    The Brazilian crop supply agency lifted its forecast for sugar production in the country's cane belt by 2.32m tonnes, citing dry weather and the large amount of cane left over from last season. Conab saw sugar output in the Centre South region at a record 36.55m tonnes for the current 2016-17 season.

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  17. Debt-free Gulfsands Petroleum maintains interest in SyriaRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 16, 2016 | Live Charts

    Oil and gas explorer Gulfsands Petroleum said it was debt free at the half-year stage, as it maintained its interest in Syria and continued to streamline its operations in a bid to reduce its rate of 'cash-burn'. On 14 January the company was admitted to AIM and over 354m shares were sold, raising A 14.2m or $20.4m.

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  18. Campaigners call for health services to stay at South Tyneside...Read the original story

    Aug 15, 2016 | Sunderland Echo

    More than 150 campaigners have called on bosses of a new health alliance not to move services out of South Tyneside. Following the news that the borough's health trust has formed a partnership with its Sunderland counterpart, the Save South Tyneside Hospital Campaign has been created over fears a number of services could be moved to Wearside.

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  19. Sugar futures rise despite heavy Brazilian productionRead the original story

    Aug 15, 2016 | Agrimoney.com

    Sugar production in Brazil's Centre South cane belt continues to be very brisk, thanks to dry weather, according to the country's cane body Unica. Unica reported Centre South sugar production at 3.1m tonnes in the second half of July, up 9.5% from the first half of the month, and up 10.6% over the same time last year.

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  20. PM markets: corn, soybeans, extend rally on export demandRead the original story

    Aug 15, 2016 | Agrimoney.com

    The monthly Wasde report, from the US Department of Agriculture, showed heavier than expected US row crop production figures last week, but the market wobbled only briefly, and corn and soybeans finished up on the day. "It's just one session since USDA forecast record corn and beans yields yet the Ag complex is trading higher," said Kim Rugel, at Benson Quinn Commodities.

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