North-West, Morocco Newswire (Page 3)

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  1. Specialization not a prerequisite to report about Climate Change, African journalists toldRead the original story

    Friday Sep 9 | Daily Monitor

    RABAT. African journalists have been urged to dump their fears about specialization as a prerequisite to report on Climate Change which has become "a security and stability question."

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  2. [Focus] Sweden woos Morocco on street childrenRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 8 | EUobserver

    Sweden's foreign minister, Margot Wallstroem, visited Rabat on Tuesday and Wednesday in an attempt to lubricate deportations of Moroccan street children living in Sweden. Swedish authorities estimate that around 800 Moroccan minors are sleeping rough in Sweden.

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  3. Indonesia evaluating mining rules as 2017 deadline on metal exports nearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 8 | Reuters

    Indonesia's mining ministry is scrambling to find a way around a deadline on mineral processing that could prevent some miners, including U.S. copper mining giant Freeport-McMoRan Inc, from exporting minerals from the country from 2017. Under a government regulation introduced in 2014, miners of copper, zinc, lead, manganese and iron are restricted to exporting partially processed minerals until January 2017, after which only shipments of refined metals will be allowed.

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  4. Chinese police detain three senior bankers in bond market probe - CaixinRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 6 | Reuters

    Chinese police are investigating three banking veterans in the bond market for illegal dealings, financial magazine Caixin reported on its website on Tuesday, as regulators toughen their stance on bad behavior in financial markets. Authorities in the eastern Chinese city of Xuzhou took away the three senior bankers on suspicion of making illegal profits via trades of medium-term notes and short-term bills, Caixin reported, citing unidentified sources.

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  5. COP22 host Morocco's mosques are going greenRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 5 | The Star Online

    RABAT: Two months before it hosts the COP22 climate conference, Morocco is preparing to launch an ambitious project to turn its mosques green as a commitment to clean energy. The Ministry of Endowments and Islamic Affairs announced a tender in mid-August to modify 64 mosques initially in six of the kingdom's cities to reduce the energy they consume.

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  6. Sudan's Bashir invited to attend UN climate meeting in MoroccoRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 18, 2016 | Sudan Tribune

    Sudanese President Omer al-Bashir has been invited by the Moroccan King Mohamed VI to participate in the 2016 United Nations Climate Summit which will be held in Rabat in November. Sudan's President Omer Hassan al-Bashir waits to welcome Uganda's President Yoweri Museveni at Khartoum Airport September 15, 2015 On Monday, Morocco's ambassador to Khartoum Mohamed Maa al-Ainain has handed al-Bashir a written letter from the Moroccan monarch inviting him to attend the conference and discussing bilateral relations between the two countries and ways to promote them.

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  7. TwitterRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 5 | The Cyprus Weekly

    Uganda ended an almost four decade wait for a place in the African Nations Cup finals as Farouk Miya's goal secured a 1-0 win over the Comoros Islands in Kampala on Sunday. Uganda finished second behind Burkina Faso in their group but took one of the two places reserved for the runners-up in the 13 qualifying groups for next year's tournament.

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  8. Ma' Salama, Los Angeles; Salam, RabatRead the original story

    Friday Sep 2 | Daily Trojan

    When I initially told people I was going to study abroad in Morocco for 4 months, many of them were unaware of what Morocco actually was. Some thought it was a city in Europe or the Middle East until I mentioned that the famous American film Casablanca took place in Casablanca, Morocco.

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  9. Chris Brown releases post-arrest songRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 2 | New Vision

    US singer Chris Brown preforms during the World Music Festival "Mawazine" in Rabat, Morocco on May 20, 2016.Photo/AFP Troubled singer Chris Brown has released a song shortly after his arrest for allegedly threatening a woman -- and the lyrics may obliquely take aim at her. Brown uploaded a free new dance track entitled "What Would You Do?" The title is likely no accident as his accuser, Baylee Curran, asked rhetorically "what would you do?" in a video she made about her decision to call police.

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  10. Association between ABCB1 C3435T polymorphism and breast cancer risk: ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 31 | BioMed Central

    Breast cancer is the most common cause of cancer death among women. Several studies have investigated the relationship between the C3435T polymorphism of ABCB1 gene and risk of breast cancer; but the results are conflicting.

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  11. Morocco and Mauritania's rocky relationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 31 | Al Jazeera

    Following a meeting of the government on August 18, Mohammed Lamine Oueld Cheikh, spokesman of the Mauritanian government, denied that there was any diplomatic tension with Morocco. While this statement can be understood as an attempt to defuse the tension between Morocco and Mauritania, the facts suggest otherwise.

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  12. UN reports on Western Sahara ceasefire violations United Nations...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 30 | Yahoo!

    A confidential UN document accuses Morocco and the Polisario Front of ceasefire violations in Western Sahara after they sent security forces and fighters into a buffer zone. The document sent to the Security Council this week states that Morocco carried out an operation between August 16 and 25 in which armed security personnel were deployed beyond the berm delimiting the buffer zone in the southern Guerguerat region.

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  13. BRIEF-Rosgosstrakh H1 net result turns to loss of RUB 8.65 blnRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 30 | Reuters

    * A combination of declining volatility and a sustained rally in riskier assets signals third-quarter growth for US asset managers Source text for Eikon: DUBAI, Aug 30 Dubai-based Emirates Islamic Bank has priced a $250 million tap of an existing Islamic bond issued in May, the lender said on Tuesday.

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  14. BRIEF-Volksbank Voralberg e Gen H1 net interest income down at EUR 15.44 mlnRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 30 | Reuters

    * A combination of declining volatility and a sustained rally in riskier assets signals third-quarter growth for US asset managers Source text for Eikon: DUBAI, Aug 30 Dubai-based Emirates Islamic Bank has priced a $250 million tap of an existing Islamic bond issued in May, the lender said on Tuesday.

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  15. Greece's Alpha Bank widens Q2 loss, bad debt provisions riseRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 30 | Reuters

    Aug 30 Alpha Bank, Greece's fourth-largest lender by assets, widened its loss in the second quarter after booking higher provisions for impaired loans. Alpha, 11 percent owned by the country's bank rescue fund HFSF after its recapitalisation late last year, reported a net loss of 16.8 million euros after a bottom line loss of 2.2 million euros in the first quarter.

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  16. Bank of Cyprus posts Q2 net gain of 6 mln, jacks up provisioningRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 30 | Reuters

    Aug 30 Bank of Cyprus, Cyprus's largest lender by assets and deposits, posted a second-quarter net profit of 6 million euros compared to 50 million in the first three months of the year on elevated provisions. The bank said profit before provisions, restructuring and a voluntary retirement scheme came in at 135 million euros, compared to 145 million euros in the first quarter.

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  17. Dubai's Emirates Islamic Bank prices $250 mln sukuk tapRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 30 | Reuters

    Aug 30 Dubai-based Emirates Islamic Bank has priced a $250 million tap of an existing Islamic bond issued in May, the lender said on Tuesday. The tap was priced at 170 basis points over midswaps, the bank said in a statement, adding the funds were raised from investors in the Gulf, Asia and Europe.

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  18. Morocco hosts first consultative meeting on the road to COP 22Read the original story

    Tuesday Aug 30 | World News Report

    High ranking officials from the Maghreb region are convening in Rabat for a three days' workshop, jointly organized by the Government of Morocco, Union of Maghreb Countries , with the support of the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations . This first of a series of FAO sponsored sub regional dialogues on Agriculture related Intended National Determined Contributions and Climate Finance will discuss the priorities of the UMA countries in sustainable agriculture development and climate change, the potential of climate finance in helping countries deliver on their pledges and the collaboration with FAO.

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  19. UN chief concerned about Sahara tensionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 29 | The China Post

    U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on Sunday urged Morocco and the Polisario movement campaigning for the independence of Western Sahara to withdraw soldiers and fighters from a buffer strip who have sent tensions soaring. Ban said he was "deeply concerned over the tense situation that has developed in the narrow buffer strip in southwestern Western Sahara" between the Moroccan berm that marks Rabat's area of control and the Mauritanian border.

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  20. .com | UN chief concerned about Western Sahara tensionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 29 | News24

    United Nations UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on Sunday urged Morocco and the Polisario movement campaigning for the independence of Western Sahara to withdraw soldiers and fighters from a buffer strip who have sent tensions soaring. Ban said he was "deeply concerned over the tense situation that has developed in the narrow buffer strip in southwestern Western Sahara" between the Moroccan berm that marks Rabat's area of control and the Mauritanian border.

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