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Secretary Powell and Morocco's Foreign Affairs Minister Mohamed Ben Aissa at the Forum for the Future


Washington, DC
December 11, 2004

U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell, right, talks with Morocco's Foreign Affairs Minister Mohamed Ben Aissa, left, during their their meeting at the Foreign Ministry, in Rabat, Morocco, Saturday Dec. 11, 2004. Powell told a gathering of Islamic leaders on Saturday that they must join hands with industrialized countries on political and economic reforms to ease the "despair and frustration" that afflicts much of the region. Powell was one of several speakers who addressed a "Forum of the Future Conference" aimed at bringing greater dynamism to Islamic societies and make them less of a breeding ground for political extremism. [AP Photo]

U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell, right, talks with Moroccos Foreign Affairs Minister Mohamed Ben Aissa, left, during their their meeting at the Foreign Ministry, in Rabat, Morocco. [AP Photo]


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