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September 17, 1992 | Reuters
King Hassan II of Morocco on Wednesday appointed as ambassador at large Ibrahim Hakim, former foreign minister of the self-styled Saharan Arab Democratic Republic, who defected to Morocco last month. The surprise appointment came the day after Hakim chaired a news conference given by eight other defectors of the Polisario Front, the guerrilla group that has been fighting Morocco for independence of Western Sahara since 1976.
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September 17, 1992 | Reuters
King Hassan II of Morocco on Wednesday appointed as ambassador at large Ibrahim Hakim, former foreign minister of the self-styled Saharan Arab Democratic Republic, who defected to Morocco last month. The surprise appointment came the day after Hakim chaired a news conference given by eight other defectors of the Polisario Front, the guerrilla group that has been fighting Morocco for independence of Western Sahara since 1976.
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November 17, 1988 | From Reuters
King Hassan I has appointed Tayeb Chkili, a former member of the Moroccan Communist party, as education minister, officials said Wednesday. He replaces Mohammed Hilali, an independent who was appointed in September, 1986. No reasons for the change was given. Chkili is a former a member of the Moroccan Communist Party's central committee.
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November 17, 1988 | From Reuters
King Hassan I has appointed Tayeb Chkili, a former member of the Moroccan Communist party, as education minister, officials said Wednesday. He replaces Mohammed Hilali, an independent who was appointed in September, 1986. No reasons for the change was given. Chkili is a former a member of the Moroccan Communist Party's central committee.
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November 2, 2004 | Tracy Wilkinson, Times Staff Writer
The discovery of a new cell of Islamic militants who met in prison and planned to assassinate the judges investigating them has exposed Spain's crowded penal system as a breeding ground for terrorists, officials say.
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