Tag: Morocco

[Update: Available for all] Spotify now available in the Middle East and North Africa, if you have an invite

Earlier this year, it was rumored that Spotify would arrive in MENA (Middle East and North Africa) sometime in Q4 2018. It seems the speculation was true, as Spotify has now launched in a handful of MENA countries — but only to those with invites. Spotify now appears to be live in Lebanon, Jordan, UAE, […]

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Spotify now available in the Middle East and North Africa, if you have an invite

Earlier this year, it was rumored that Spotify would arrive in MENA (Middle East and North Africa) sometime in Q4 2018. It seems the speculation was true, as Spotify has now launched in a handful of MENA countries — but only to those with invites. Spotify now appears to be live in Lebanon, Jordan, UAE, […]

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WATCH: Boatloads of Illegal Migrants Storm Spanish Tourist Beaches and Scatter

Pressure on Spain’s maritime border is increasing, with videos showing boatloads of illegal migrants crashing into busy tourist beaches circulating online as the country overtakes Italy and Greece as the EU’s major weak point. Footage shared by Diario de Cádiz on Twitter shows an entire boatload of migrants landing in the middle of the packed tourist […]

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CH Edition Morocco: Chances With Wolves Party Playlist: Created just for COOL HUNTING, this mixtape is inspired by the sights, smells and sounds of the medina

In the spring of 2018, Chances With Wolves joined COOL HUNTING’s Moroccan adventure—a trip exploring new and old Moroccan craft, design and creativity in Tanger, Fes and Marrakech. This mix is inspired by the feeling of navigating the maze of the medina and soaking in its sights, sounds, smells and dizzying energy. The majority of […]

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Trilobites: Ancient Romans Hunted ‘Sea Monsters.’ Were They Whales?

Advertisement Trilobites Testing of archaeological remains show that two whale species once swam in the Mediterranean, suggesting that the Romans conducted industrial-scale whaling. July 16, 2018 ImageThe North Atlantic right whale, which is on the brink of extinction today, may have been present in the Mediterranean 2,000 years ago.CreditNOAA There’s an ancient Greco-Roman poem that […]

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Spain’s Migrant Wave Grows, Even as Europe’s Subsides

MÁLAGA, Spain — Spain’s new Socialist government has waded straight into Europe’s migration crisis — out of both choice and necessity. Shortly after taking office in early June, Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez won plaudits from aid groups for welcoming to Spain 630 migrants from the Aquarius, a rescue ship that had been turned away by […]

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