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Marrakech shows resilience one year since bomb attack

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It has been a year since a bomb exploded in a Marrakech cafe - killing 17 people.

Since then, the city's tourism industry has inevitably suffered, with hotel bookings falling by half in the months immediately after the explosion.

But the city is showing its resilience. Michelle Jana Chan has been back to see how people are coping and whether the tourists are now returning.

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