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Morocco's Islamists set for power deal with centre right

RABAT (Reuters) - Morocco's ruling Islamists look set to form a new coalition government with a liberal party after their previous conservative partners walked out in a row centered on cuts to fuel and food subsidies.Full story

Danone says Morocco unit lifts profit

French yogurt and bottled water maker Danone SA says its first-half earnings rose 10 percent after its takeover of a subsidiary in Morocco helped boost profit. Full story

Morocco, EU sign new fishing rights deal

Morocco and the European Union signed a new four-year agreement Wednesday allowing European fleets to fish the North African kingdom's coastal waters in exchange for 40 million euros ($53 million) a year. Full story

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Moroccan king approves resignations, paving way for coalition talks

Junior partner says quits Morocco coalition, government fate unclear

Key party quits Morocco's Islamist-led government

Rights group presses Morocco on sealing of Islamist homes

Junior partner to quit Morocco coalition: party

Saudi king ends holiday in Morocco

IMF thinks Morocco is too hesitant over reforms, Prime Minister says

Subsidy reform dispute imperils Morocco's ruling coalition

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U.N. council extends contentious Western Sahara peacekeeping mission

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Morocco's King Mohammed VI and Senegal's President Macky Sall arrive at the Royal Palace for a meeting in the Moroccan city of Casabalanca, July 25, 2013. Sall is on a three-day official visit to Morocco, four months after King Mohammed VI visited Senegal. Picture taken July 25, 2013. REUTERS/Stri