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Assessing earthquake devastation in Morocco

People walk through the wreckage caused by the earthquake, in the town of Amizmiz, near Marrakech, Morocco. An aftershock rattled Moroccans on Sunday as they mourned victims of the nation’s strongest earthquake in more than a century and sought to rescue survivors while soldiers and aid workers raced to reach ruined mountain villages. (Mosa'ab Elshamy/AP)
People walk through the wreckage caused by the earthquake, in the town of Amizmiz, near Marrakech, Morocco. An aftershock rattled Moroccans on Sunday as they mourned victims of the nation’s strongest earthquake in more than a century and sought to rescue survivors while soldiers and aid workers raced to reach ruined mountain villages. (Mosa'ab Elshamy/AP)

Here & Now‘s Deepa Fernandes gets the latest on the 6.8 magnitude earthquake in Morocco from Alice Morrison, writer and resident of the Atlas mountains

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