Rabat – Mohamed Kabbaj, the founder of Morocco’s leading construction company Society General of Public Works (SGTM), died of a heart attack on Friday, January 4, at the age of 76.Mohamed Kabbaj, who had battled an illness before his death, died at the Cheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan Hospital in Casablanca.Read Also: Elalamy Sells Saham Group Healthcare Division to Mohamed KabbajKabbaj’s funeral will take place this afternoon at Chouhada cemetery in Casablanca. Kabbaj owned the top construction and public works corporation that constructed many institutions and landmarks in Morocco, SGTM.Mohamed Kabbaj and his brother M’hamed Kabbaj founded the company in 1971.
Credit:REUTERS/Darren Staples A Muslim man named Sadiq Patel comforts a Jewish woman named Renee Rachel Black next to floral tributes in Albert Square in ManchesterCredit: REUTERS/Darren Staples A terrorist blew himself up outside an Ariana Grande concert, killing children and their relatives who had accompanied them to the concert or come to pick them up.Vigils were also held in London, Glasgow, Birmingham, Belfast, Coventry, Liverpool, Sheffield, Newcastle, Bolton, Swindon, Leeds and Tarleton in Lancashire, where the vigil was attended by the mother of victim Georgina Callander. Georgina lived in the village and another of the victims, eight-year-old Saffie Rose Roussos, went to school there. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. The evening sun shone over Manchester’s Albert Square tonight, as the city came together to mourn those who lost their lives in Monday’s attack. The square was packed with thousands of people, many of them girls around the age of the young people who were killed, who had rushed here from school and work to pay their respects. The pair comforted each otherCredit:Darren Staples/Reuters A minute’s silence followed words from mayor Andy Burnham, Manchester Chief Constable Ian Hopkins and poet Tony Walsh, many of which moved members of the crowd to tears. A Muslim man was seen comforting an elderly Jewish woman next to floral tributes at Albert Square in Manchester.Renee Rachel Black and Sadiq Patel comforted each other by the tributes which were laid at the vigil on Tuesday evening.The people of Manchester came together that night to remember the 22 who died in the Manchester attack, and all those injured and missing.