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    With inflation firming and an economy set to rebound from a weak first quarter, there is a strong case for raising interest rates in June, a top Federal Reserve official said on Tuesday. Richmond Fed President Jeffrey Lacker repeated his view that the U.S. central bank should consider hiking in June, though he stressed that he has not made his mind up yet and that he will continue to assess incoming data. Lacker, who is a voting member this year on the Fed's policy-setting committee, attributed first-quarter weakness to transitory factors and said inflation was heading toward the Fed's 2 percent target, helped in part by rebounding oil prices.

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    Cedar trees in the Cedrus Atlantica forest, which covers about 134,000 hectares of the North African country, near the central city of AzrouThe cedar tree, considered by many to be Morocco's national treasure, is coming under attack from climate change, greedy humans who indulge in illegal logging, and monkeys. Although less well-known than its Lebanese cousin Cedrus Libani, the Moroccan cedar is still a potent symbol of national pride. It is these rugged slopes that are home to a rare and iconic cedar, named after World War I French general Henri Gouraud, who was stationed in Morocco to take charge of colonial troops.




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