World landmarks show support for Morocco after earthquake

The recent earthquake that hit Morocco, left over 2000 people dead, not to mention all the people that lost their loved ones and homes.

Many are trying to show support to Morocco in any way they can, with some countries showing solidarity in interesting ways.


If we take a look at France for example, the Paris Municipal Council made an announcement on Saturday that they will turn off the lights of the renowned Eiffel Tower at 11 p.m. in support of the earthquake victims in Morocco.



The news agency, “Agence France Presse”, quoted the Paris City Council’s statement on the matter. The US Geological Survey measured the earthquake’s magnitude as 6.8, with its epicenter located around 72 kilometers southwest of Marrakesh.


Meanwhile all the way in Qatar, buildings showcasing the Moroccan flag were seen.

According to the Qatar News Agency, Qatari Emir Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani conveyed his sincere condolences to Moroccan King Mohammed VI after the devastating earthquake affected several regions of the kingdom on Saturday.

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