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Abla Ababou (born 1970) is a Moroccan journalist and novelist.[1] She was born in 1970, and studied communication and journalism at the Institut français de presse in Paris before doing an internship at UNESCO. She then returned to Casablanca and embarked on a career in the Moroccan press. She went on to become a columnist and reporter on television. She wrote for the now-defunct Le Journal Hebdomadaire, among others. She also conducted studies of rural life in the Rif.

In 2008, she published her first novel Coup de lune. This book received a first novel award from the city of Dijon. Ababou currently lives in Rabat and writes on arts and culture. She has also recently opened a gallery of contemporary art in Rabat in partnership with master carpenter and interior designer Jamil Bennani.[2][3]

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