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Morocco – well placed to benefit from Europe’s energy transition

Population: 37.13 million (+1.2% vs 2020) GDP per capita (PPP): $7,360 (+0.9% compared to 2020) Debt to GDP: 76.6% (+1.2% vs 2019) Power per capita: 765 kWh Reduced fossil fuel subsidies, CSP leader By the end of 2020, Morocco had 1.4 GW of installed wind, 530 MW of CSP and …

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Star African tennis player to watch: Ons Jabeur

LONDON, UK, January 15 – DStv viewers can expect to see African tennis star Ons Jabeur in Grand Slam action when the Australian Open kicks off from Monday January 17, 2022 SuperSport is the ultimate destination for tennis fans, with an unrivaled selection of action from around the world. Tunisian …

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Almanac – Friday 01/14/2022 | KALW

Today is Friday, January 14, 2022 January 14 is the 14th day of the year 351 days remain until the end of the year 64 days until early spring The sun will rise in San Francisco at 7:24:12 a.m. and sunset will be at 5:14:53 PM. Today we will have …

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‘Scheherazade Opera’ in Tunis sings the history of women in the history of the region |

TUNIS- The Opera-Theater of the City of Culture in the Tunisian capital, Tunis, will host, this week, the “Scheherazade Opera” by Lebanese artist Jahida Wahba, who had previously performed part of the musical in Tunisia before. pandemic, but it will be time to play the roles of six other characters …

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7 MENA art forms on UNESCO’s Intangible Cultural Heritage list 2021

By the end of 2021, UNESCO has added a number of traditional art forms and rituals to its list of intangible cultural heritage, showcasing them to the international public and underlining their importance to communities. local. Of the new art forms added, seven are from the Middle East and North …

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Arabic calligraphy on the list of intangible cultural heritage of Unesco

Muscat – Oman, represented by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Youth, through a common Arab application file, has succeeded in inscribing Arabic calligraphy on the representative list of Unesco Intangible cultural heritage of humanity. The declaration came during the meeting of the Intergovernmental Committee for the Safeguarding of the …

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After singing in Moroccan dialect, Myriam Fares prepares to sing in Tamazight

23 November 2021 Lebanese singer Myriam Fares is about to release a new song that uses the Berber language to sing. The Lebanese singer revealed, during her intervention in a television program, that she was about to release a new song whose lyrics are in the Amazigh language. Eleven years …

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Nippon Sayko: How Japanese Pop Culture Got Into The Heart Of Riyadh Season

“A rug is a work of art,” says FBMI director on project that supports Afghan weavers DUBAI: Four months ago the world saw how the Taliban regained control of Afghanistan after 20 years. “It was unimaginable that such a thing would happen overnight,” Farshied Jabarkhyl, whose parents fled Afghanistan in …

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The tension between Algeria and Morocco has implications for Spain

© Danielo / Shutterstock For decades, relations between Morocco and Algeria have been characterized by tension, indirect attacks and the support of proxies. Algerians support the Polisario Front, an armed group which fought Morocco for the control of Western Sahara from 1975 to 1991. Morocco is in charge of most …

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Two Algerian ministries stop the use of French in official relations

Quick news Amid mounting tensions with France, Algerian ministries are asking staff to use the Arabic language in official correspondence. People hold a sign and Algerian flags during a rally to commemorate the brutal crackdown on an October 17, 1961 demonstration near the Pont Neuf on October 17, 2021 in …

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