Morocco’s earthquake crumbled much of this adobe village nestled in the mountain


Souad Ait Hmad el Haych (left), 25, grieves as the body of her cousin is buried in Imi N

Morocco’s earthquake last week hit thousands of people who live in traditional villages in the Atlas Mountains. NPR followed rescuers and saw just how hard it was getting to people in need.

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