Jerada


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Jerada

 

a city in northeastern Morocco, in the province of Oujda. Population 19,000 (1965). Jerada is a mining center; its anthracite coal output averages 400,000 tons a year. It is connected by a railroad branch with an ore-concentrating plant in Aïn-Guenfunda (on the Oujda-Abadla line). A steam power plant with a capacity of 165,000 kilowatts was built with Soviet aid.

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L'eventualite que les arrestations lors des evenements d'Al Hoceima ou de Jerada soient politiquement motivees est indeniable.
These are defensive pair of Phelistus Kadari and Jerada Akinyi, midfielders Mercy Achieng and Ruth Ingosi, forwards Janet Bundi and Faith Kwamboka as well as goalkeeper Annette Kundu.
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Summary: Jerada [Morocco], Dec 28 (ANI): Thousands of people have erupted on streets in Jerada to denounce harsh living conditions after two men died while digging in an abandoned coal mine.
December 26: Protests erupt in the northeastern city of Jerada. The rallies, resulting from the tragic deaths of two coal miners, called for bettering the living conditions and economic situation in the city.
In the neglected northern Moroccan mining city of Jerada, hundreds of people risk their lives every day to scrape a meagre living from perilous abandoned coal pits.
To ensure an adequate and reliable power supply, the AED91 million venture rehabilitated power stations in seven Moroccan cities: Jerada, Mohammedia, Kenitra, Laayoune, Agadir, Tan-Tan, and Dakhla,
harissa paste, such as Villa Jerada 1/3 cup each canola and extra-virgin olive oils 2 tbsp.
Samples were taken from 204 traditional slaughterhouses in the region of Eastern Morocco (120 from Oujda, 12 from Nador, 12 from Berkane, 12 from Driouech, 12 from Taourirt, 12 from Jerada, 12 from Figuig and 12 from Guercif) over a period of 12 months from January to December 2014.The sample was stratified random at 4 samples per week and one sample per slaughterhouse.
Summary: Morocco's state power utility ONEE said on Wednesday it had obtained a $300 million loan from China Exim Bank to finance a 318 megawatt (MW) coal-fired plant in the eastern town of Jerada.