15 January 2018

Morocco: Two Women Die in Stampede At Bab Sebta Crossing Point

Rabat — Two women died Monday morning in a stampede at the border crossing point of Bab Sebta (north of Morocco), local authorities said.

An investigation was opened by the competent authorities, under the supervision of the public prosecutor's office, to shed light on the circumstances of this incident, local authorities of M'diq-Fnideq prefecture pointed out in a release.


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