Hunt for Survivors Continues as Over 2,000 Killed in Moroccan Earthquake
More reactions are still pouring in from Morocco after the devastating earthquake.
More than 2,100 people have died and more than 2,421 are injured, many critically.
The desperate hunt for survivors continues, but response teams are struggling to bring in machinery to remote areas.
Villagers have been digging by hand and shovel to find survivors.
The 6.8-magnitude tremor left homes collapsed, roads blocked and entire villages destroyed.
The Moroccan government says it has accepted emergency aid from the UK, Spain, Qatar and the UAE, and rescue teams from those countries are en route.
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