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Donald Trump ‘shared highly classified information with Russian officials’

Donald Trump allegedly revealed highly classified information to Russian foreign minster Sergei Lavrov and Russian ambassador to the US Sergey Kislyak during an Oval Office meeting last week. The Washington Post reported on Monday that Trump shared details of intelligence gathered about an Isis threat that had been closely guarded within the United States government and among close US allies. ...

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Morocco Back to African Union

An overwhelming majority of African countries on Monday voted in favor of Morocco’s return to the African Union (AU), during the 28th Summit of African Heads of State and Government, which is being held in Addis Ababa. Thirty-nine African countries expressed their support to the kingdom’s return to the pan-African bloc.

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HM the King Gives His High Instructions to Establish Field Hospital in Juba

Rabat – HM King Mohammed VI has given His high instructions to establish a multi-specialty field hospital as of January 23, 2017 in Juba, as part of a humanitarian mission for the people of the Republic of South Sudan, the Foreign Ministry said Saturday.   In view of the forthcoming visit of HM King Mohammed VI, Morocco’s Ambassador to the Republic ...

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Russia withdraws forces from Syria just before the peace meeting in Astana

  The Russian President Vladimir Putin and the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan agreed over the phone that the ceasefire is being respected in general.   The two leaders are preparing fro the peace meeting in Astana, Kazakhstan in January 23rd.   According to an announcement of the russian Ministry of Defence, six Su-24 bombers have being withdrawn in accordance ...

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10+ Secret Messages Hidden In Famous Logos You Probably Didn’t Know

What makes a logo great? Is it the colors? Maybe the shapes used? Or maybe it’s something that works on a whole different level, hidden from plain sight? We’re talking here about the logos you’ve seen so many times, you probably stopped paying attention to what they actually mean. Check out these 15 famous brand logos which, despite being well known, still manage ...

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Morocco’s demand to join the AU not yet handed out to members

While in Tanzania as part of his east African visit, the King of Morocco, Mohammed the VI, had a phone conversation with Chadian President, Idriss Déby, asking him to recall Mme Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, head of the African Union commission, of her duty to hand out Morocco’s application to adhere to the African Union to all member states, as stipulated by the ...

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Italy earthquakes: Strong tremors shake central region

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Two strong earthquakes have hit central Italy, damaging buildings and injuring dozens of people. A 5.5-magnitude quake struck at 19:10 (17:10 GMT) near Visso in Macerata province, followed two hours later by a 6.1 magnitude tremor in the same area. Emergency teams have worked through the night. In August an earthquake killed about 300 people south of Visso. There are ...

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The absolutely incredible blue city that came straight out of a dream

Tucked in the north of Morocco, there is a small town called Chefchaouen. This unusual place can be safely called a ’blue dream,’ since the old part of it is filled with buildings painted in all shades of blue — from baby blue to aquamarine. This unusual coloring was introduced by Jewish refugees, who believed that the more you look at anything blue, the more often you think about heaven and God. The tradition ...

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Promising partnership between Morocco and Tanzania

As King Mohammed VI of Morocco landed in Tanzania at the start of this week, a majestic welcome was granted to him, only to give us a clue about the scope of this visit which the whole press in both countries describes as historic. Tanzanian president John Magufuli Pombe, hosted an official dinner in honor of the king who brought ...

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Rwanda: agriculture at the core of the cooperation with Morocco

Rwanda: agriculture at the core of the cooperation with Morocco Kagami’s Rwanda has made developing agriculture its main locomotive. First, to satisfy the growing domestic demand for food. And second, to improve people’s social and economic status by exploiting its stretched and farmable lands. The AAA, or the Adaptation of African Agriculture, is a new concept that aims at improving ...

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