At least 2,122 people have been killed in the country’s deadliest quake since 1960. Plus, Phoenix breaks its record for number of days above 110F

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Foreign aid and rescue teams have joined the rescue efforts in the destroyed villages in the Atlas mountains of Morocco on Monday, three days after the country’s strongest ever earthquake.

Where was the epicenter? Below a cluster of villages 45 miles south of Marrakech. The quake was felt as far away as the northern coast.

What was the quake’s magnitude? 6.8 Richter, classified as “strong”.

What is the death toll? At least 2,122 people have been killed and more than 2,421 injured, many of them critically, according to government figures.

What happened after the freezing episodes? The congressional physician Brian P Monahan conducted several tests on McConnell and released the results, which showed no evidence of certain disorders or stroke.

Did Cassidy discuss other top officials? He urged Joe Biden to release similar records, calling on the president to “do what Mitch just did”.

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