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New government of Islamic party appears moderate and King Mohammed VI still holds power.
RedOne, music producer for Lady Gaga and JLo, scouts for Moroccan talent.
Despite its new constitution and other reforms, Morocco is not a secular state.
Pro-democracy protesters say the reforms don't go far enough.
Festival with Shakira and Kanye West was a government-sponsored distraction, critics say.
Once busy beach resorts see 40 percent drop in business.
Libyans are fleeing across the border to escape violence, adding to Tunisia's refugee crisis.
Journalists now can report freely about events in Tunisia.
Despite some violence, King Mohammed VI permits nation-wide demonstrations for reform.
Bouteflika government tries to preempt pro-democracy demonstrations.
Farmers in Morocco struggle as government halts marijuana cultivation, a key crop.
Morocco has high levels of unemployment and poverty. But few expect a revolt.
Riad Zitoune School teaches females to read, write and be on their own.
Drug bust shows terror network is spreading across Africa.
Longstanding tradition of promoting math and science pays off.
Internet networking facilitates discreet connections, both romantic and political.
Former pot culture now being squeezed by Moroccan authorities.