World Mourns With Morocco as Quake Rescue Efforts Continue
Rwandan President Paul Kagame, Nigerian President Bola Tinubu and Kenyan President William Ruto are among the world leaders who expressed their condolences to the people of Morocco, following a powerful earthquake measuring 6.8 on the Richter scale that claimed over 2,000 lives and leaving more than 2,000 people injured.
Search and rescue teams from the United Kingdom, Spain, and Qatar are working alongside Moroccan crews in affected areas.
Spain Expands Morocco Earthquake Search Aid
VOA, 12 September 2023
Spain is sending more rescue teams to Morocco as search crews work to find any remaining survivors from a powerful earthquake that struck south of Marrakech on Friday. Read more »
Govt Offers Condolences to People of Morocco Following Earthquake Tragedy
Govt of SA, 9 September 2023
South Africa offers condolences to Government and people of the Kingdom of Morocco following earthquake tragedy Read more »
Al Haouz Earthquake - Qatari Rescue Team's Presence Stems From Prior Coordination With Moroccan Authorities - Crew Leader
MAP, 11 September 2023
Major Khaled Abdullah Al-Hemidi, the head of the Qatari rescue team who had arrived in Marrakech on Sunday to assist with relief operations following the Al Haouz earthquake, said… Read more »
Morocco Earthquake - World Leaders Send Condolences
New Times, 11 September 2023
In a seismic tragedy, a powerful earthquake measuring 6.8 on the Richter scale struck Morocco, exacting a grim toll of over 2,000 lives and leaving more than 2,000 individuals… Read more »
A German Red Cross relief flight set to take off on Thursday September 14, 2023 en route to Morocco was postponed at the last minute as the North African country reels from a ... Read more »
Aftermath of the quake.