Aid is slow to arrive to remote Moroccan villages following quake

Remote villages in Morocco’s Atlas mountains were among the areas hardest hit by the earthquake that struck Morocco last week. Traditional mudbrick houses, which were ill-suited to withstand the strong tremors, cracked or collapsed, killing many inhabitants and leaving survivors homeless. FRANCE 24’s Luke Shrago, Tarek Kai and Abdallah Malkawi visited Tolkin, a village located 80 kilometres from Marrakech, as a new truck loaded with supplies arrived to help the stricken population.

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