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Morocco: Marriages resume after two months of stand-by

Before Covid-19, the entire summer season, starting in June, was that of marriages par excellence, in Morocco. This seems to be picking up again after the reopening of the offices of the “adouls” who have remained closed for almost two months. And the institution of marriage has taken on new …

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Back to GMT+1 in Morocco on Sunday May 31

Morocco will return to GMT + 1 on Sunday May 31 at 2:00 a.m. Moroccans are asked to advance their clocks by 60 minutes Sunday at 02:00. The Ministry of Economy, Finance and the Reform of the Administration had decided, last Sunday April 19 at 03H00, the return to GMT …

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COP26 postponed to November 2021

The 26th United Nations International Climate Conference (COP26), which was scheduled to take place in Glasgow (Scotland) in November 2020, has been postponed by a year due to the coronavirus pandemic. The World Climate Conference will now be held from November 1 to 12, 2021, according to the COP26 Twitter …

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Death of former Prime Minister Abderrahmane El Youssoufi

Former Prime Minister Abderrahmane el Youssoufi died in Casablanca at the age of 96. Abderrahmane el Youssoufi, born March 8, 1924 in Tangier, is a Moroccan statesman. He was Prime Minister of the 26th government of the Kingdom, called “alternation government”, from March 14, 1998 to November 6, 2002. In …

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King Mohammed VI received a message from Erdogan

King Mohammed VI received a message of congratulations from the President of the Republic of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, on the occasion of Eid Al Fitr. In this message, the Turkish president expresses his most cordial congratulations to the king, wishing that this sacred holiday will bring peace and serenity …

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Ten Moroccans in the new Israeli government

The Israeli Knesset finally approved, on Sunday, May 17, the government of national unity, formed by Benjamin Netanyahu and his ex-rival, Benny Gantz. 10 ministers of Moroccan origin are included in this list. After more than a year of procrastination and three votes, 73 deputies in the Israeli parliament have …

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