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Morocco's king visits site of deadly bombing

Moroccan King Mohammed VI vowed Saturday that a bombing in the heart of the country's tourist hub of Marrakech that killed at least 16 people will not derail the kingdom's program of democratic reforms, the official MAP news agency reported.Full story

Bomb blast in popular Morocco cafe kills 15

A massive bomb blast ripped through a cafe popular among foreign tourists in the Moroccan city of Marrakech on Thursday, killing 15 people and wounding 20, officials said. Full story

Snap Analysis: Cafe bombing hits at Morocco's economy

A bomb attack on a busy tourist cafe in the Moroccan city of Marrakesh on Thursday killed 15 people, most of them foreigners, and struck right at the heart of the North African country's economy. Full story

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  Morocco blast was an attack, officials say

An explosion at a popular cafe in Marrakech killed at least 14 people and injured 20 others.'s Dara Brown reports.

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A French couple injured during the April 28 bomb blast at a cafe in Marrakech is evacuated from the Ibn-Toufail hospital on April 30, 2011. A bomb in Marrakesh that killed 16 people was set off by a remote-control device and bore the hallmarks of Al-Qaeda, a Moroccan minister said.


View taken on April 30, 2011 shows the terrace of the Argana cafe two days after a bomb blast in Marrakech. Morocco's King Mohammed VI flew into Marrakesh today to visit survivors of a devastating bombing that killed 16 people on April 28, and to see the site of the attack itself.