Thursday’s Newspaper Headlines: Jet Ski Risks to Beachgoers’ Safety and High-Level Committee in Fez to Inspect 2030 World Cup Preparations

The newspaper “Al-Massae” in its Thursday edition highlights several important issues:

Firstly, it sheds light on the dangers posed by jet ski users to the safety of beachgoers in Bouznika, despite the local authorities’ ban on this practice.

Secondly, the newspaper mentions the arrest of suspects in a fraud case related to Hajj and Umrah visas.

Thirdly, it discusses a high-level committee’s visit to Fez to inspect preparations for the 2030 World Cup.

Fourthly, it refers to setting the date for a detailed investigation session with the accused known as the “Forest Monster” on July 15th.

As for the “Bayan Al-Youm” newspaper, it addresses other issues:

  • The seizure and destruction of quantities of spoiled dates in Biougra.
  • Social media activists’ dissatisfaction with the deteriorating condition of the Marbad Al-Inbiath square in Agadir.

The “Al-Alam” newspaper reports on:

  • Problems with delayed baggage delivery at Mohammed V International Airport.
  • Children’s participation in an Andalusian music concert and their happiness with this experience.

These diverse issues reflect Moroccan newspapers’ interest in topics that touch citizens’ daily lives, security issues, tourism development, and culture.

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