A powerful earthquake struck Morocco, killing over 2,100 people and injuring over 2,400 others. The earthquake caused widespread devastation, toppling buildings and trapping people in rubble. A magnitude 3.9 aftershock occurred on Sunday, but it was unclear if it caused more damage. Search and rescue teams have been working to find survivors and bodies, while international aid crews waited for the government’s request for assistance. Many homes were destroyed, leaving people homeless and sleeping outside. King Mohammed VI ordered three days of national mourning and provided aid to those who lost homes.