Tensift, Morocco Newswire

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  1. Morocco reports six-fold spike in foreign filmingRead the original story

    3 hrs ago | KDWN

    Morocco saw a six-fold increase in the amount of money foreign film companies spent in the country to make movies, the head of the film commission said Saturday. On the final day of the National Film Festival in Tangiers, Sarim Fassi-Fihri said that 38 foreign productions had spent a record $120 million in 2014.

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  2. Morocco reports six-fold spike in foreign filmingRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Deming Headlight

    Morocco saw a six-fold increase in the amount of money foreign film companies spent in the country to make movies, the head of the film commission said Saturday. On the final day of the National Film Festival in Tangiers, Sarim Fassi-Fihri said that 38 foreign productions had spent a record $120 million in 2014.

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  3. 36 hours in CasablancaRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | China Daily

    Marrakesh and Fez bewitch travelers with their ancient customs, and Tangier and Essaouira with their counterculture exotica, but Casablanca, Morocco's largest city, is a cosmopolitan Atlantic port, an alluring blend of tradition and progressiveness. With Roman roots, French city planning and a Portuguese name that dates to the 16th century, the city retains a mid century elegance with modern touches, including a sleek tram system across its center.

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  4. Market Report, "Electronics and Appliance Specialist Retailers in Morocco", publishedRead the original story

    Friday | PR-inside.com

    Various key players, such as LG Electronics, Samsung, Microchoix and Electroplanet, continued to launch new generation LCD TVs, phones and laptops. Key players also adopted a discount strategy on old electronic items in order to launch new ones.

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  5. Recent Study: Leisure and Personal Goods Specialist Retailers in MoroccoRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 26 | PR-inside.com

    This growth was mainly driven by the rising purchasing power of women, who are increasingly joining the workforce; hence driving sales of jewellery and watch specialist retailers and luxury bags specialists in Morocco. Report Overview Discover the latest market trends and uncover sources of future market growth for the Leisure and Personal Goods Specialist Retailers industry in Morocco with research from Euromonitor's team of in-country analysts.

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  6. 'Odyssey' Crew Members Attacked And Hospitalized Filming In MoroccoRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 26 | Deadline

    EXCLUSIVE: Two crew members working on NBC 's drama Odyssey have been attacked and hospitalized while filming in Morocco , Deadline has learned. A first assistant director and make-up artist were leaving a restaurant late at night near their apartment in Marrakech Plaza when a group of youths attempted to rob them.

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  7. Library to hold French film seriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 26 | The Georgetown Times

    The 11th Annual French Film Series will be held at the Waccamaw Branch Library Friday, Feb. 27, through Sunday, March 1. The series is co-sponsored by the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute and Friends of Waccamaw Library Passes for 5 films - $10 ; $15 or $5 per film Directed and scripted by Rose Bosch. Teenagers Lea and Adrien and their little brother, Theo, born deaf, go on a holiday to their grandfather Paul's, whom they have never met because of a family quarrel.

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  8. Mandarin Oriental, Marrakech To Open SoonRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 26 | Bottom Line

    Located near Marrakech Royal Golf Club, Mandarin Oriental, Marrakech is set among 20 hectares of landscaped gardens filled with the scent of 100,000 roses, bougainvillea, olive trees and prickly pears, and is a short drive to the city's bustling medina. Contemporary in style, the resort's interiors have been conceived by French design duo, Patrick Gilles and Dorothee Boissier who have combined their contrasting styles to create a balanced look.

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  9. Cooking with Gordon Hamersley North African cuisine helps melt winter awayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 24 | Boston.com

    Gordon Hamersley and his wife, Fiona, owned Hamersley's Bistro in the South End for 27 years, until they closed the restaurant late last year. His cooking column appears in the Food section biweekly, offering chef's tips, dishes he's been making lately, favorite recipes, and more.

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  10. We got lost while jogging in Morocco, and it was the highlight of our tripRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 23 | The Globe and Mail

    A passion for exploring the world via jogging lead to a couple becoming enamoured with Marrakesh's rich history. A passion for exploring the world via jogging lead to a couple becoming enamoured with Marrakesh's rich history.

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  11. Visual Feast: If The World's Major Cities Were Made Of FoodRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 22 | National Public Radio

    BrunchCity's take on Morocco: The markets of Marrakech are cooled by an oasis of the country's famous mint tea. Courtesy of Bea Crespo and Andrea G.Portoles hide caption BrunchCity's take on Morocco: The markets of Marrakech are cooled by an oasis of the country's famous mint tea.

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  12. Carol Smillie and her daughter get lost in Marrakech's enchanting souksRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 22 | Daily Mail

    Sex attacks, muggings and harassment: World's most dangerous holiday destinations for women Reykjavik, St Petersburg and Indianapolis named world's best airports for customer service... but London's Heathrow and Gatwick fail to make the grade Under threat from humans: Indian river once protected by a curse and violent bandits faces uncertain future due to pollution Snake charmers, belly dancing and A LOT of mint tea: Carol Smillie and her daughter get lost in Marrakech's enchanting souks World's best job! The adventurous bloggers who are EATING their way from Brussels to Hong Kong Mankinis, dentures and a life-size cutout of EastEnders' Lucy Beale: The bizarre items left behind by holidaymakers at ski resorts 'Dirty facilities' revealed as main reason why Britons leave negative holiday reviews online Gone in 20 seconds? World's busiest airport plans to slash screening times for ... (more)

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  13. Crossing Morocco: An iconic novel provides the guidepostsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 21 | TwinCities

    Dunes in the Sahara Desert near Merzouga, Morocco, in January 2015. The Sahara has long lured travels with its stark beauty, including Paul Bowles, author of the existential 1940s novel about the unraveling lives of three Americans traveling in the North African desert.

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  14. Pemphigus in the Arab worldRead the original story

    Saturday Feb 21 | CiteULike

    The Arab world lies geographically between the Atlantic coasts of northern Africa and the Arabian Gulf. This area has wide latitudinal differences as well as variable environmental conditions ranging from deserts to forests.

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  15. Moroccan court jails former Spanish soldier, 17 others on terror chargesRead the original story

    Friday Feb 20 | Reuters

    A Moroccan court sentenced a former Spanish soldier to eight years in jail on Friday on charges of leading an Islamist network in the kingdom that was plotting terror attacks, the state news agency MAP said. Seventeen other members of the group, all believed to be Moroccans, were sentenced to between two and 10 years in prison on a variety of charges.

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  16. What to buy for A 500,000Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 20 | Financial Times

    Take your choice from a beachfront home in the Seychelles, a manor house in France, or a one-bedroom flat in Clapham What can you do with A 500,000? It isn't loose change. Half a million pounds might stretch to one leg of a semi-successful racehorse, a Rolls-Royce, or a very small yacht.

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  17. Cranes Vs Guinea: Nigerian named in match fixing scandalRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 20 | New Vision

    By Charles Mutebi A notorious Nigerian suspect is believed to be at the heart of the match-fixing allegations enveloping Uganda's 2-0 loss to Guinea in last year's Afcon qualifiers. The man's full identity is known to Interpol, who are leading investigations into the match and say the Nigerian made trips to Uganda ahead of the encounter and Morocco for the actual encounter.

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  18. FUFA Boss Magogo named in match fixing scandalRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 20 | New Vision

    By Charles Mutebi A notorious Nigerian suspect is believed to be at the heart of the match-fixing allegations enveloping Uganda's 2-0 loss to Guinea in last year's Afcon qualifiers. The man's full identity is known to Interpol, who are leading investigations into the match and say the Nigerian made trips to Uganda ahead of the encounter and Morocco for the actual encounter.

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  19. Good Taste: Middle Eastern on East PassyunkRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 18 | Philly.com

    So much restaurant energy has been popping on East Passyunk Avenue that it's easy to overlook one of its more low-key gems. Green Olives Caf, a humble BYO across from glitzy new Palladino's, is serving homespun versions of some Middle Eastern specialties that can be hard to come by in town.

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  20. The Leading Hotels of the World Welcomes Five New MembersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 19 | PRWeb

    The Leading Hotels of the World, Ltd. has announced five new members to its curated collection of over 400 luxury hotels, each as authentic and distinct as the location in which it is found. From the iconic The Knickerbocker Hotel on the corner of New York City's bustling 42nd Street and Broadway to the olive and orange groves of the Royal Palm Marrakech in Morocco, the newest member hotels embody the style and culture of their destination.

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