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Death demanded

Casablanca (AP) - Prosecutors have demanded the death penalty for Morocco's national police commissioner, on trial for raping hundreds of women and girls and recording the encounters on videotape. The prosecution accuses Mohamed Tabet, 54, of rape of about 600 women and girls, holding them against their will and torturing them.