A powerful earthquake struck Morocco, causing significant damage and resulting in the deaths of at least 632 people. The earthquake had a magnitude of 6.8 and was felt in several cities, including Marrakesh and Casablanca. Many buildings were seen shaking, and people were in shock and panic. Some slept outside for fear of aftershocks. The earthquake caused the collapse of buildings and minarets, leaving rubble in the streets. Numerous people were injured, with 51 in critical condition. The Moroccan authorities have mobilized resources to provide assistance to the affected areas. The earthquake also affected neighboring Algeria, although no damage or casualties were reported there. In the past, similar earthquakes have caused significant destruction, such as the 2004 earthquake in Al Hoceima and the 1960 earthquake in Agadir. The international community, including countries like Pakistan, Germany, and India, expressed condolences and offered support to Morocco during this difficult time.
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