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  1. Memories of another dayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Nation

    Piles of turmeric and ginger along with bins of onions seeds are carefully displayed amid an abundance of fresh produce in the markets of Tangiers. DPA Photo Shopping crowds on a Thursday afternoon in the Medina, a dense maze of alleyways that is home to a bustling bazaar in Tangiers.

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  2. Sand dunes, camels and clay castles in Moroccan desertRead the original story

    Tuesday | Foster's Daily Democrat

    The bright black silhouettes of our three-camel caravan shone against a tall sand dune like a background drawing of the Three Kings in a Nativity scene. While Georgie, as I had nicknamed my blonde dromedary camel, plodded through this remote corner of Morocco at the edge of the Saharan Desert, I was transfixed by our reflection - because it was well past sunset and there was no moon.

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  3. Boudicca cruise ship stranded off Morocco after engine room fireRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 25 | Daily Mail

    Terrified British holidaymakers plunged into darkness after stricken cruise ship began to list off coast of Morocco following fire in engine room A cruise ship was plunged into darkness and some passengers voluntarily put on life jackets after it lost power and began to list 'for a short period' off the coast of Morocco in the middle of the night. The Boudicca, carrying more than 1,000 holidaymakers and crew, became stranded off Casablanca after a fire broke out inside an engine room at 4 a.m. today and knocked out two of its four main engines.

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  4. Scottish Ebola nurse discharged from hospitalRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 24 | RTE.ie

    A nurse who contracted Ebola while working in Sierra Leone has made a complete recovery and been discharged from hospital. Pauline Cafferkey is now free of the virus after more than three weeks in hospital, where she was critically ill for a time.

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  5. British nurse with ebola has made a miraculous recoveryRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 24 | Metro

    A nurse who contracted Ebola while working in Sierra Leone has made a complete recovery and been discharged from hospital. Pauline Cafferkey is now free of the virus after more than three weeks in hospital, where she was critically ill for a time.

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  6. Nurse Pauline Cafferkey has recovered from EbolaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 24 | The Argus

    A nurse who contracted Ebola while working in Sierra Leone has made a complete recovery and been discharged from hospital. Pauline Cafferkey is now free of the virus after more than three weeks in hospital, where she was critically ill for a time.

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  7. Northwestern, Evanston Public Library Partner on Mideast LecturesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | Northwestern University

    Nabeel Khoury , Northwestern University visiting associate professor in the Middle East and North African Studies program, will discuss "Diplomacy on the Front Lines in the Middle East" Monday in the first lecture in a series about the region presented by the University and Evanston Public Library . The hourlong lecture will focus on American diplomats on the front lines and how they share in the difficult tasks and risks of protecting the national interest.

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  8. Exploring Morocco's desert treasures: Camels and sand dunesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 21 | Newsday

    This June 2013 photo shows camels resting in sand dunes on a sunset ride in Erg Chebbi, Morocco, at the edge of the Saharan desert. Photo Credit: AP / Giovanna Dell Orto The bright black silhouettes of our three-camel caravan shone against a tall sand dune like a background drawing of the Three Kings in a Nativity scene.

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  9. Place Your Bid! Drama League's Online Charity Auction Features...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 21 | BroadwayWorld.com

    The Drama League's 2015 Benefit Charity Auction has launched at www.biddingforgood.com/thedramaleague , featuring over fifty once-in-a-lifetime prize packages. The impressive offerings include celebrity experiences with Bryan Cranston , Hugh Jackman , Jake Gyllenhaal , Jason Biggs , Judith Ivey , AC/DC, Michael Cerveris , Katie Finneran and Harriet Harris ; Broadway opening night tickets and after-parties for The King and I, Doctor Zhivago, Hand to God and Airline Highway; backstage visits with Carolee Carmello at Finding Neverland, Michael Cerveris at Fun Home, Sierra Boggess at It Shoulda Been You, and Steven Boyer at Hand to God; luxury vacations to Morocco, London, Tuscany, Turks and Caicos, Los Angeles and more.

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  10. The top 10 best travel moviesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 21 | Stuff.co.nz

    The great travel movies are about more than just scenery. They tell stories that capture the spirit of travel and encourage that familiar longing to head off somewhere new.

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  11. Morocco is First African Tour from SpiceRoads Cycle ToursRead the original story

    Wednesday Jan 21 | PR.com

    SpiceRoads, one of the world's leading bicycle tour operators, has launched an 8-day adventure Authentic Morocco by Bicycle through the awe-inspiring Atlas Mountains, the bone-dry Jbel Saghro and the lush palm plantations of southern Morocco. This tour begins in the bustling ancient walled city of Marrakech with a city tour around the Medina and a night in a riad.

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  12. Diplomacy On The Front Lines In The Middle East / Mr. Nabeel Khoury ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 18 | Patch.com

    Nabeel Khoury , Visiting Associate Professor in Northwestern's new Program in Middle East and North African Studies , will present a lecture focused on American diplomats on the front lines and how they share in the difficult tasks and risks of protecting the national interest. Khoury, who served as a U.S. Foreign Service Officer for 25 years, will share stories from his tours of duty, from relatively benign environments in Casablanca, London, and Washington, to war zones in Riyadh, Kuwait and Baghdad, and finally to his posting as Deputy Chief of Mission in Sana'a, Yemen.

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  13. Malvern photographer wins world-wide competition with "once in a lifetime" photoRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 19 | Malvern Gazette

    A world-wide photographic competition has been won by a businessman in Malvern, after his stunning picture of goats eating nuts in a tree took first place. The photo was taken in Morocco, North Africa, and shows more than ten goats balancing on an Argan tree to feed on the leaves and nuts it provides.

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  14. Sand dunes, camels and clay castlesRead the original story

    Sunday Jan 18 | Buenos Aires Herald

    The bright black silhouettes of our three-camel caravan shone against a tall sand dune like a background drawing of the Three Kings in a Nativity scene. While Georgie, as I had nicknamed my blonde dromedary camel, plodded through this remote corner of Morocco at the edge of the Saharan Desert, I was transfixed by our reflection - because it was well past sunset and there was no moon.

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  15. What to Pack for a Honeymoon in MoroccoRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 16 | The Knot

    Explore the medina, shop at the souks and tour the grandiose palaces when you visit the intoxicating city of Marrakech, Morocco. Exactly what you've always imagined, Marrakech is an exotic cityscape-filled with swirling pungent spices, colorful bazaars and memorizing snake charmers.

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  16. French FM to travel to Morocco for first time since February row over torture allegationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 15 | Jerusalem Post

    France's foreign minister will soon travel to Morocco to temper a row with its former colony almost a year after it suspended judicial cooperation between the two states leaving gaps in security coordination over Islamic militants. The rare diplomatic spat between Paris and Rabat first broke out last February after French police went to the Moroccan Embassy in Paris seeking to question the head of the domestic intelligence service over torture allegations.

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  17. 40000 Marrakech: Modern Morrocan Design Will Define the Rooms at Radisson Blu MarrakechRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 14 | HotelChatter

    The other day we took a look at the uber-luxe hotels coming to Marrakech . Today, we're spotlighting something more affordable.

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  18. Suspected Ebola case at hospital in EnglandRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 14 | RTE.ie

    A spokeswoman for the hospital said: "I can confirm that we have a suspected case of Ebola. It is a female adult.

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  19. Sand dunes, camels and clay castles in Moroccan desertRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 14 | WTOP-FM Washington

    This June 2013 photo shows a camel being led across the sand dunes in Erg Chebbi, Morocco, at the edge of the Saharan desert. The route from Marrakech, Morocco, to the Saharan desert follows one of Africa's most mythic and historic trading routes: the road to Timbuktu, lined with centuries-old castles, oases and the occasional camel-crossing road warning.

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  20. Egypt FM to visit Morocco on ThursdayRead the original story

    Wednesday Jan 14 | TurkishPress.com

    Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry is expected to begin a two-day visit to Morocco on Thursday, Egypt's embassy in Rabat has said. Moroccan state television recently described the 2013 ouster of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi by the army as a "military coup."

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