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No decorrer dos últimos anos, o Marrocos tem enfrentado uma implacável seca. Infelizmente, os recentes temporais trouxeram pouco alívio, uma vez que o norte do país passa agora por grandes enchentes, responsáveis pela morte de pelo menos 13 pessoas.
The View From Fez escreveu recentemente sobre os alagamentos:
Thirteen people have been killed in northern Morocco after their homes collapsed in flash flooding caused by torrential rains.
The interior ministry said 11 were swept away by the floods in Driouch, Nador province, and two in Tangiers.
Around 20 homes have collapsed as a result of the floods and many remain submerged.
A Moro in America publica um vídeo feito pelos estudantes da escola secundária de Tangier, comentando:
The northern city's industrial district and other neighborhood were literally submerged by water during Thursday and Friday. Several deaths have been reported, especially amongst women and children. About a week ago, King M6 had ordered his ministers and governors to stay close to the affected cities and to be physically present at affected areas. So far, none of them have been spotted.
n the following video, students of Abdelkrim Lkhettabi High School can be seen struggling to leave to their homes with water up to their necks.
No vídeo a seguir, estudantes da escola secundária Abdelkrim Lkhettabi podem ser vistos lutando para deixar suas casas tendo a água até o pescoço.
In response to the Emiri directives issued by the Emir, H H Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani, Qatar decided to send emergency aid to the Kingdom of Morocco and the Republic of Yemen, an official source at the Foreign Ministry told The View from Fez These Emiri directives express Qatar's solidarity with Yemen and Morocco in order to help them face effects of the flood that recently hit the Hadramout Province in Yemen and Oujda city in Morocco.