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Why You Should Take More Work Breaks, How to Market Your Videos, The State of Global Entrepreneurship and Other Things Entrepreneurs Need to Know

12 Things Small Business Owners Need to Know By Rieva Lesonsky   1—Help Your Employees Become Top Performers For many small business owners these days finding and keeping qualified employees can be a struggle. Once you hire high-potential employees, you have to continually invest in their success. Check out the infographic below from Manila Recruitment to learn how to groom top-performing employees.   2—Want to Take More Breaks at Work? Science is on Your Side. Guest post by Dr. Joseph Cilo...
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170 migrants feared dead after two shipwrecks in Mediterranean

At least 170 people are feared dead after they went missing from two separate shipwrecks on the Mediterranean Sea that left from Libya and Morocco, the United Nations said.
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South Africa: Morocco Now Permits The Recordal Of Trade Mark Rights Directly With Customs Authorities - Adams & Adams

Our North Africa operation has confirmed that it is now possible for owners of trade marks locally registered in Morocco – as well as international registrations designating Morocco – to record a suspension application at the customs authorities.
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170 migrants feared dead after two shipwrecks in Mediterranean

At least 170 people are feared dead after they went missing from two separate shipwrecks on the Mediterranean Sea that left from Libya and Morocco, the United Nations said.
Tags: Cnn, Morocco, United Nations, Libya, Mediterranean, Mediterranean Sea


African Confederation Cup: Zamalek and Zesco United reach group phase

Egyptian giants Zamalek book their place in the group phase of the African Confederation Cup after a 3-1 victory over Morocco's Ittihad Tanger in the play-offs.
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Dinghies with 170 migrants on board missing in Med

Three survivors picked up by helicopter after 10 to 11 hours at sea, but charities fear worst after bodies seen in waterAn estimated 170 migrants have gone missing in the Mediterranean in two incidents involving dinghies that left from Libya and Morocco, migrants organisations have said.One dinghy was spotted sinking in rough waters on Friday by an Italian military plane on patrol. The plane dropped two safety rafts into the water but had to leave due to a lack of fuel, Rear Admiral Fabio Agosti...
Tags: Europe, Africa, World news, Middle East and North Africa, Migration, Morocco, Italy, Libya, Mediterranean, Fabio Agostini


Old bus, distant hotel and a thrashing for Senegalese

Johannesburg (AFP) – Renaissance Berkane of Morocco trounced ASC Jaraaf of Senegal 5-1 Saturday in a CAF Confederation Cup play-off second leg to reach the group stage. The thrashing completed a miserable trip to north... Visit http://www.majorleaguesoccertalk.com for the rest of the story.
Tags: Sport, Soccer, Morocco, Johannesburg, Afp, ASC Jaraaf of Senegal


FIFA task force discusses $25BN competitions deal in Morocco

FIFA's task force drafting options to revamp the Club World Cup and create a global Nations League in a joint $25 billion deal has got together in Morocco and will meet again next month in Brazil            [Author: AP]
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Gabon president back in Morocco after less than 48 hours in Libreville

Gabon President Ali Bongo returned to medical leave in Morocco on Wednesday, a government source said, after a visit to Libreville that lasted less than 48 hours and where he appeared in a wheelchair on state TV following his stroke last year. Since Bongo fell ill in Saudi Arabia on Oct. 24, contradictory information on the state of his health and an extended convalescence in Morocco has fueled instability back in Gabon, where his family has ruled for over 50 years. Frustration boiled over whe...
Tags: Science, Saudi Arabia, Morocco, Gabon, Libreville, Bongo, Ali Bongo


Gabon’s president returns to Morocco for rehabilitation

LIBREVILLE, Gabon (AP) — An official and a relative of Gabon’s ailing President Ali Bongo Ondimba say he has returned to Morocco to continue his recovery after a brief visit home. The relative said Thursday that Bongo returned to Morocco late Tuesday after swearing in a new government. A Cabinet member confirmed the return. Both […]
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Gabon president back in Morocco after short stay in Libreville

Gabon President Ali Bongo returned to medical leave in Morocco on Tuesday, a government source said, after a brief visit to Libreville where he appeared in a wheelchair on state TV following his stroke last year. Since Bongo fell ill in Saudi Arabia on Oct. 24, contradictory information on the state of his health and an extended convalescence in Morocco has fueled instability back in Gabon, where his family has ruled for over 50 years. In an apparent effort to shore up his political base after...
Tags: Science, Saudi Arabia, Morocco, Gabon, Libreville, Bongo, Ali Bongo


How Noomi Rapace Almost Died Filming ‘Close’ (and the Cameras Weren’t Even Rolling) [Interview]

Swedish actor Noomi Rapace went international when the original Swedish productions of the Girl WIth The Dragon Tattoo trilogy caught on around the world. Now she’s been in Hollywood productions like Prometheus, Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows and three films for Netflix, including this week’s Close. In Close, Rapace plays Sam, a bodyguard for Zoe (Sophie Nelisse), the daughter of a mining company CEO. After saving Zoe from a kidnapping attempt, Sam takes her on the run to protect her fro...
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Frumpy Middle-aged Mom: I’m still in India. Let’s hope I’m alive

So, I’m in India. At least I hope I’m in India, because I wrote this before I left. If I’m not there, send out a search party. I’m pretty nervous about this trip, because I’m going all by myself. See, I decided that I wanted to go in January, which is now, and none of my friends could get away then to go with me. So I bought the plane ticket and plunked down the entire cost of a package tour with a company called Intrepid Travel, while I still had the money in my hot little hands. Normally, as a...
Tags: India, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Morocco, Delhi, Tijuana, Intrepid Travel, Don, Northern India, Top Stories OCR, Frumpy Middle-Aged Mom


A new take on the January blues

We’ve got a new take on the January blues… here we highlight some of the most beautiful blue places around the world to visit, from exploring the brightly-coloured alleyways of Chefchaouen in Morocco to sailing around the turquoise waters and tropical islands of Raja Ampat in Indonesia on a traditional phinisi yacht. Chefchaouen, Morocco Chefchaouen […] The post A new take on the January blues appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog.
Tags: Travel, Asia, Europe, Greece, Indonesia, India, Africa, Morocco, Maldives, Regions, Western Europe, Raja Ampat, Chefchaouen, Chefchaouen Morocco Chefchaouen


#AbuDhabi's National Energy Company investments at $30bln in 2018 | ZAWYA MENA Edition

Abu Dhabi's National Energy Company investments at $30bln in 2018 | ZAWYA MENA Edition:Abu Dhabi's National Energy Company (TAQA) said its total investments had reached $30 billion held across 11 countries by the end of 2018, Emirates state news agency (WAM) reported on Monday.The company said it had coped with declining oil prices by reducing expenditures in 2018 by $750 million, WAM reported. It said it was currently considering development of a wind farm project in Morocco with a capacity of ...
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Ailing Bongo expected home from Morocco

Last week, the country put down a coup attempt, capturing the rebel chief and killing two of his men
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Gabon's president heads home after extended medical leave

LIBREVILLE (Reuters) - President Ali Bongo headed home to Gabon on Monday after extended medical leave in Morocco following a stroke, two government sources told Reuters. The return after nearly three months away comes a week after an attempted coup by a small military group and a day before a new government is expected to be sworn in. (Reporting By Geraud Wilfried Obangome; Writing by Edward McAllister; Editing by Janet Lawrence)
Tags: Science, Morocco, Gabon, Reuters, Libreville, Ali Bongo, Edward McAllister, Geraud Wilfried Obangome


Morocco's Bounou extends deal at Girona

Morocco goalkeeper Yassine Bounou extends his contract with Spanish club Girona until 2021, according to the La Liga side.
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Yassine Bounou: Morocco goalkeeper extends deal at Girona

Morocco goalkeeper Yassine Bounou extends his contract with Spanish club Girona until 2021, according to the La Liga side.
Tags: News, La Liga, Morocco, Girona, Yassine Bounou


Marrakesh ePrix: Jerome D'Ambrosio wins thriller as BMWs crash out

As Morocco embraces electric power, Jerome D'Ambrosio won an unpredictable showcase Marrakesh ePrix.
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Gabon's Bongo names new prime minister after thwarted coup attempt

Gabon's President Ali Bongo, who has been out of the country for two months recovering from a stroke, named a new prime minister on Saturday in an apparent effort to shore up his political base days after a failed coup attempt. The plotters of Monday's coup attempt were arrested or killed within hours of seizing the national radio station, but the move reflected growing frustration with a government weakened by Bongo's secretive medical leave in Morocco. In a decree read by the secretary-gener...
Tags: Science, Morocco, Gabon, Bongo, Ali Bongo, Emmanuel Issoze Ngondet, Julien Nkoghe Bekale


The Ultimate Guide to the Best Restaurants in Brussels, Belgium

If you are looking for the best restaurants in Brussels, Belgium, look no farther. We’ve rounded up our top picks from 15 years of dining in Brussels to bring you those with staying power. Don’t read while hungry! The Brussels restaurant scene is always changing. New hot spots appear and disappear seemingly overnight, especially in hip neighbourhoods like St. Gilles and Ixelles. While we love taste testing what’s new and popular, for us, the best restaurants in Brussels are those with staying ...
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Syria war: My son was an IS fighter, now I'm trying to save his children

Latifa says she travelled from her home in Morocco after her son died fighting for the Islamic State group.
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'I'm trapped in Syria with my grandchildren'

Latifa says she travelled from her home in Morocco after her son died fighting for the Islamic State group.
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The Ultimate Bucket List: The 8 Best Travel Tours in the World

Do you want to take a trip to a foreign country? If you never have, you should! Traveling abroad helps enhance your views and knowledge of the world. You’ll see amazing sights, meet amazing people, and overall have an unforgettable experience. But here’s the issue when traveling abroad – you’re a long way from home. Things are done differently in foreign countries. From social customs to attire to paying for goods and services, you’ll experience some bumps along the traveling road. That’s why a ...
Tags: Travel, Sponsored, Mountains, China, Africa, Nepal, Morocco, Antarctica, Burma, Peru, Myanmar, South America, Vietnam, Madagascar, Machu Picchu, Hanoi


Romantic Destinations Around the World

Love makes the world go round – and in that spirit, let's plan a trip to romantic destinations around the world. Our list includes everything from Miami to Marrakech. All are made for romance but they also make excellent vacation spots for families or friends or solo travelers. Romantic Destinations Our picks for romantic destinations are in no particular order. Click the name to find a cheap flight from your city. We also include links to useful tourism information. Canada & the U.S. De...
Tags: Travel, Florida, Colorado, Bali, Indonesia, France, Thailand, Canada, Hawaii, Morocco, Paris, Athens, Croatia, Miami, Vancouver, Venice


19 Places to Travel in 2019

It’s a new year, which means it’s time for fresh new perspectives! What better way to gather perspective than to travel the world? A chance to explore places and cultures, and meet people unlike yourself. At AirTreks, we believe that travel is the pathway to transformation. What does it take to get started on stepping out and into the world? A spark of curiosity, a willingness to step outside of your comfort zone, and a dose of inspiration. That last part is where we come in! We pinged our trave...
Tags: Travel, Asia, South Korea, Europe, Russia, Barcelona, Rome, Thailand, Unesco, Malaysia, Pakistan, Santiago, Chile, Morocco, Mexico City, Dubai


Best places to find fossils

Combing the Earth for million-year-old fossils is a job many dream about but few actually pursue, but the good news is that it’s surprisingly easy to pull off as a hobby. A number of sites across the United States and the United Kingdom welcome amateur fossil hunters, as well as select spots across the globe. Countries like China, Argentina, and Morocco are rich with ancient remains though strict regulations can make excavations and even surface collection difficult. While above-board tours a...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Earth, Unesco, Canada, United States, United Kingdom, Morocco, Denmark, Devon, South Australia, Fossil, Fossils, British Columbia, Alberta, Dorset


Spanish police arrest suspected migrant smugglers

MADRID (AP) — Spanish police say they have broken up a gang that smuggled people and drugs by boat from Morocco into Spain, charging migrants up to 2,000 euros ($2,300) a trip. A police statement Wednesday said the group earned around 25,000 euros for each boat that made it across the Mediterranean, often carrying both […]
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Mohamed Salah & Sadio Mane show off dancing skills at CAF awards

Mohamed Salah wins CAF award Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah was the big winner on Tuesday night in Dakar, Senegal. Salah won the 2018 CAF player of the year award at the African football gala event. Salah has now won the title for two years in a row. Liverpool team-mate Sadio Mane and Arsenal’s Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang also made the three-man shortlist for the award. Salah posted the following picture on social media. Get notified! About the best football betting tips from industry...
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