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By Donald Lambro
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Topic - Moroccan Court
A Moroccan court on Friday convicted a rapper of attacking the image of the security services in a song about police corruption and sentenced him to a year in prison.
A Moroccan court denied bail on Wednesday to a rapper charged with attacking the image of the security services in a song about police corruption.
Syrian forces Tuesday renewed their assault on the city of Homs in what activists described as the heaviest shelling in days, as the U.N. human rights chief raised fears of civil war.