• Casablanca
  • In this Thursday, Aug. 17, 2017 photo, horse riders fire their gunpowder filled rifles as they take part in Tabourida, a traditional horsemanship show also known as Fantasia, in Mansouria, near Casablanca, Morocco. (magicvalley.com)
  • In this Thursday, Aug. 17, 2017 photo, kids wash their horses as they are prepared for Tabourida, a traditional horse riding show also known as Fantasia, in Mansouria, near Casablanca, Morocco. (magicvalley.com)
  • In this Thursday, Aug. 17, 2017 photo, people pray in a tent before the start of Tabourida, a traditional horse riding show also known as Fantasia, in Mansouria, near Casablanca, Morocco. (magicvalley.com)
  • In this Thursday, Aug. 17, 2017 photo, a horseman is surrounded by gunpowder smoke after a successful charge while taking part in Tabourida, a traditional horse riding show also known as Fantasia, in Mansouria, near Casablanca, Morocco. (magicvalley.com)
  • Fernandez Diaz said the arrests in Morocco took place in the western coastal city of Casablanca and that the operation highlighted Spain's cooperation with Morocco, with both countries sharing intelligence and 'synchronizing operations. (foxnews.com)
  • Headquartered in Casablanca (Morocco), the company was established in 1966. (wikipedia.org)
  • 2017
  • On 28 June 2017, speaking on behalf of the king, Prime Minister Saadeddine Othmani issued a video statement, in which he commended the king's directives to conduct development projects in all of Morocco, not just Al Hoceima, while he expressed his regrets regarding the crackdown of El Eid, and regretted the injured amongst the police and population. (wikipedia.org)
  • News, Morocco World (2017-07-25). (wikipedia.org)
  • Finland
  • The Human Rights Council in a midday meeting adopted the outcomes of the Universal Periodic Review of Morocco, Indonesia and Finland. (unog.ch)
  • several
  • According to another industry source, the Wali's order is now the subject of several meetings of tourism stakeholders in Morocco. (blogspot.com)
  • He points out that everyone knows that the handful of non-Muslim customers residing in Morocco can not absorb the domestic production of alcoholic beverages, estimated at several tens of millions of litres. (blogspot.com)
  • place
  • This analysis examines the project through the lens of the creation of a new commodity chain, revealing its effects as no different from the destructive mining activities taking place in southern Morocco. (pambazuka.org)
  • France
  • Pascale and Didier from Toulouse in France said that they came here for the first time to Morocco wanting to see if this Sacred Music Festival could work. (blogspot.com)
  • good
  • If we were to believe the makhzen's (a term that refers to the king and the ruling elite around him) narrative, recycled without nuance or critical reflection by most media outlets in the region and in the West, the project is very good news and a big step toward reducing carbon emissions and tackling climate change. (pambazuka.org)
  • An Australian woman who practises Sufism and lived in the north of Morocco in the seventies, Habiba is a good example of the typical Sufi Nights audience member. (blogspot.com)
  • range
  • Biden, who is traveling with his wife, Jill Biden, arrives first in Morocco where he will "discuss a range of issues" including the fight against IS. (india.com)
  • Music
  • The music began with a form of the musical mode hijaz al-kabir which Temsamani explained is particular to the north of Morocco. (blogspot.com)
  • concert
  • Gerry Griffith, former A&R Director at Arista Records and the man instrumental in the discovery and success of Whitney Houston, travelled to Marrakech, Morocco to see Elam Jay in concert. (wikipedia.org)
  • president
  • US Vice President Joe Biden departed Tuesday on a five-day tour of Ukraine, Turkey and Morocco, with the ongoing struggle between Kiev and pro-Moscow rebels, as well as fighting in Syria topping his agenda. (india.com)
  • 1992-1997: Elected President of the Municipal Council for Ben Guerir (Morocco). (wikipedia.org)