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Turkey: Train Crash Leaves 9 Dead, Dozens Injured
Ankara  -  

A high-speed train hit a railway engine at a station in the Turkish capital Ankara on Thursday, killing nine people and injuring 47 others, officials said.

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Morocco Announces Contribution to G5 Sahel Priority Investment Program
Nouakchott  -  

Head of government Saad Dine El Otmani announced, Thursday in Nouakchott, the broad lines of Morocco's contribution within the framework of the 1st phase 2019-2021 of the ambitious G5 Sahel Priority Investment Program, which includes Mauritania, Chad, Mali, Burkina Faso and Niger.

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Minister Delegate for Administrative and Public Service Reform Elected First Vice-president of AU-STC 8
Addis Ababa  -  

The Specialized Technical Committee (STC) 8 on "Public Service, Local Government, Urban Development and Decentralization" elected, on Wednesday in Addis Ababa, minister delegate for Administrative and Public Service Reform, Mohamed Benabdelkader, first vice-president of this African Union's structure.

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COP24 Kicks Off in Katowice
Katowice (Poland)  -  

The 24th conference of the parties of the United Nations Climate Change Convention (COP24) opened Monday in Katowice, Poland, with the participation of Morocco.

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Sustainable Blue Economy Conference Opens in Nairobi, with Morocco's Participation
Nairobi  -  

The Sustainable Blue Economy Conference, the first global conference on the sustainable blue economy, kicked off Monday in Nairobi, Kenya, with the participation of Morocco.

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AU PSC: Morocco Reiterates Support for Somali Federal Government, National Transition Plan
Addis-Ababa  -  

Morocco reiterated, Wednesday in Addis-Ababa during a meeting on the situation in Somalia, its support for the Somali federal government and the national transition plan.

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1st EU-Arab League Summit on Feb. 24-25, 2019, in Egypt
Brussels  -  

The first European Union-Arab League Summit will be held on February 24-25, 2019, in Egypt, EU officials said Thursday.

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