This image from Douar Agadir Jamaa, Tizi N'Test commune, Taroudant Province in south western Morocco provides a glimpse of the aftermath of the magnitude 6.8 earthquake that shook the country on Sept. 8, 2023. (Credit: alyaoum24/Wikipedia Commons) This image from Douar Agadir Jamaa, Tizi N’Test commune, Taroudant Province in south western Morocco provides a glimpse of the aftermath of the magnitude 6.8 earthquake that shook the country on Sept. 8, 2023. (Credit: alyaoum24/Wikipedia Commons)

An economic and humanitarian crisis continues to mount in Morocco as the country assesses damage from the deadly magnitude 6.8 earthquake that rocked communities in and around Marrakesh on Fri., Sept. 8, 2023.

Now, the country also must brace itself for the likelihood of additional aftershocks.


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Elana Ashanti Jefferson

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