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Locals in Morocco take search for survivors into their own hands after deadly earthquake

  • The death toll in Morocco's powerful earthquake has risen to 2,681, with many more still missing in remote villages. Heavy lifting equipment is struggling to access the affected areas due to blocked roads.
  • The government has accepted help from only four countries so far, while pressure mounts to accept aid from more nations. The United States, Tunisia, Turkey, Taiwan, and France have offered support, but the government is concerned about the lack of coordination.
  • Survivors spend three nights sleeping on the streets or under makeshift canopies due to the lack of shelter. The quake has also damaged Morocco's cultural heritage, including the historic Tinmel Mosque and buildings in Marrakech.
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