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Kénitra

(French kenitra)
n
(Placename) a port in NW Morocco, on the Sebou River 16 km (10 miles) from the Atlantic. Pop: 598 000 (2003). Also called: Mina Hassan Tani Former name (1932–56): Port Lyautey
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Ke•ni•tra

(kəˈni trə)

n.
a port in NW Morocco, NE of Rabat. 448,785.
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Rabat The first regiment of military service recruits arrived at Kenitra's airbase and Agadir's Supreme Royal Forces Command on August 19.
Groupe PSA starts production at the Kenitra plant in Morocco, in the presence of His Majesty King Mohammed VI.
Sur Hautes Instructions de Sa Majeste le Roi Mohammed VI, Chef supreme et Chef d'Eetat-Major General des Forces Armees Royales (FAR), Son Altesse Royale le Prince Heritier Moulay El Hassan a preside, mercredi au College Royal de l'Enseignement Militaire Superieur (CREMS) a Kenitra, la ceremonie de sortie de la 19e promotion du Cours Superieur de Defense et de la 53e promotion du Cours Eetat-Major.
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Deputy Amir sends condolences to Moroccan king THE Deputy Amir HH Sheikh Abdullah bin Hamad al Thani sent on Tuesday a cable of condolences to King Mohammed VI of Morocco on the victims of the train derailment accident between Rabat and Kenitra, wishing the injured a speedy recovery.
The train in question was on its way to Sale and Rabat from Kenitra, Morocco.
According to information from Jeune Afrique Business +, the Elloumi Group will soon launch a new site in Kenitra, Morocco, for the assembly of electric cable harnesses for the automotive industry.
An Abu Dhabi-based fund has signed off a loan worth AED147 million ($40m) to finance the construction of a high-speed rail link between the cities of Tangier and Kenitra in Morocco.
Abu Dhabi Fund for Development (ADFD) signed a concessionary loan agreement to the tune of AED147 million with the Office Nationale des Chemins de Fer du Maroc (ONCFM), Morocco's national railway operator, to finance the construction of a high-speed train; bridging the gap between the cities of Tangier and Kenitra.
ADFD signed a concessionary loan agreement with the Office Nationale des Chemins de Fer du Maroc (ONCFM) to finance the construction of a high-speed train to reduce the distance between the cities of Tangier and Kenitra.