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Tens of thousands of Moroccans expected to rally against the release of a convicted Spaniard on Friday evening.
Mastermind of a deadly bomb attack on a Marrakesh cafe in April has been sentenced to death.
Main suspect in the April 28 blast that killed 17 people in the Moroccan tourist hotspot tells court he was set up.
Hassan Rachidi ordered to pay $6,000 for reporting deaths during a protest.
Appeals court slightly reduces jail terms for journalists held for a July 14 report.
A Moroccan court has convicted three men who were formerly  held by the US at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, of creating a criminal group and forging documents.
A Moroccan court has jailed 14 Western Sahara human rights activists and some of their supporters for six months to three years for their role in riots in the disputed Moroccan-controlled territory.

A Moroccan court has sentenced two members of a radical group to death and jailed four of their followers for life on charges that included killing five Moroccans, one of them Jewish.

A Moroccan court has convicted a newspaper editor of defamation and banned him from conducting his profession for 10 years.
A Moroccan court has granted bail to two former inmates of the US detention camp at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and adjourned the start of their trial on terrorism-related charges to 4 July.
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