Morocco Floods Block Roads, Trap Cars

Cars became stuck in rising waters, Thursday, January 8, as heavy rains in Morocco caused floods that blocked roads across the capital of Casablanca.

Rainstorms are expected to continue in Casablanca until Monday, and flooding has already caused significant damage to houses, cars and road infrastructures. (AFP)

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