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Russia Ramps Up Attacks on Ukraine

Madiha Dakir According to statements made by Russia’s Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu on Monday, Moscow has escalated its airstrikes against Ukrainian military installations in retaliation for attacks on territory under Russian control. Shoigu stated that “against the backdrop of the failure of the so-called ‘counteroffensive,’ Kyiv…has focused on carrying out terrorist attacks on civilian infrastructure.”…

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Migrants Stranded in Tunisia: UN’s Urgent Call for Humanitarian Aid and Protection

Madiha Dakir Two UN agencies express grave concern over the alarming situation of hundreds of migrants, refugees, and asylum seekers in Tunisia. These individuals find themselves stranded in dire conditions, displaced to remote regions near the borders with Libya and Algeria. The United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) have…

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Bouznika Beach awarded Blue Flag for the 17th time

Madiha Dakir The Mohammed VI Foundation for Environmental Protection has awarded the Blue Flag to Bouznika Beach for the seventeenth consecutive year as part of its “Clean Beaches 2023” program. A ceremony was planned to commemorate the event. Governor of Benslimane Province Samir Yazidi, representatives from the Bouznika Municipality, the Mohammed VI Foundation for Environmental…

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The HCP Publishes the Industrial Producer Price Index for the Month of June

Madiha Dakir The High Commission for Planning (HCP) will be publishing an information note regarding the Industrial, Energy, and Mining Producer Price Index (IPPIEM) for the month of June 2023. According to the report, there was a 0.2% increase in the Producer Price Index for the “Manufacturing Industries Excluding Oil Refining” sector. This growth was…

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