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the capital of Morocco

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Last night in a shantytown in Casablanca, the sprawling economic capital of Morocco, I watched police beat a young man senseless.
WHAT TO DO For grandparents The old town is a world heritage site, so from the air stroll along ancient streets and take in the vibrancy and spirit of the cultural capital of Morocco.
capital of Morocco, will host an international conference on the issue of the
Summary: Rabat - The capital of Morocco, Rabat, will host, between September 18-19, the fourth international symposium on public finance on the theme "The Prospects of the New Governance of Public Finance in Morocco and France", the organizers announced on Tuesday.
Not only is Casablanca not the capital of Morocco, neither are the other two top contenders, Fez or Marrakesh.
Wary of the growth of extremism, Rabat, capital of Morocco, has launched programmes to promote moderate Islam and has been regularly sending moderate Muslim preachers to Europe during the holy month of Ramadan to help fight extremism in Moroccan communities abroad.
Summary: Morocco's Prime Minister Abbas El Fassi met with visiting Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi in Rabat, the capital of Morocco.
Eleven people have been killed in a stampede at a stadium in Rabat, the capital of Morocco, at the end of a music festival involving 70,000 people.
Riad Fes, Fez The capital of Morocco for more than 400 years, Fez is home to the oldest university in the country and is a leading cultural and religious centre.
Marrakech has surpassed the sordid port of Tangier as the contemporary gay capital of Morocco, thanks mainly to the influx of Westerners who open up riads (guesthouses) in the city.
Inevitably he was drawn after them, towards Fez itself, the religious capital of Morocco and the site of its founder's tomb.