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(Placename) a city in N Morocco: capital of Spanish Morocco (1912–56). Pop: 499 000 (2003)
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also Tétouan

a seaport in N Morocco, on the Mediterranean. 704,205.
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Spain chastised the Moors five or six years ago, about a disputed piece of property opposite Gibraltar, and captured the city of Tetouan. She compromised on an augmentation of her territory, twenty million dollars' indemnity in money, and peace.
Rabat The Emirati airline Air Arabia has just inaugurated a new office in the city of Tetouan (north of Morocco), announced Air Arabia's Moroccan branch.
Sculptor Kamal Almualem at the Tetouan International Sculpture Symposium in (Morocco.
T riste information venue cette fois-ci du Nord, plus precisement de la ville de Tetouan. Le poete, ecrivain et critique litteraire, Mohcine Akhrif n'est plus.
There is also something for golfing enthusiasts with a choice of two superb courses nearby; the Cabo Negro Royal Golf club in Tetouan, or the Tangier Royal Golf club, both located in the beautiful foothills of the Rif Mountains.
En deplacement a Tetouan, les Corbeaux ont arrache un point.
The line-up is completed by Algerian side ES Setif, local outfit Moghreb Tetouan and tournament regulars Auckland City.
Summary: "The Fight Against Corruption" association, an NGO based in Tetouan, accused Hamid Chabat, the leader of the Independence party, of stealing a painting with an estimated value of MAD 7 Million.