– Digging with bare hands

Intensive work is underway in Morocco to rescue survivors of the earthquake which has so far claimed more than 2,100 lives.

Everything from large excavators and cranes to shovels and bare hands are used to search the ruins for victims.

There is always hope. A donkey was rescued on Sunday from the ruins of the mountain village of Tafeghaghte, southwest of the city of Marrakech.

Morocco’s Interior Ministry has recorded 2,122 deaths so far. This figure was presented on Sunday afternoon, and on that date there were 2,421 injured. The state of health of many injured is critical and it is feared that the death toll will continue to rise.


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