More than two thousand people have been killed in Morocco in the worst earthquake to hit the country in more than 100 years.
The magnitude 6.8 tremor struck late on Friday night.
A major search and rescue operation is continuing.
Troops and emergency services have scrambled to reach remote mountain villages, where people are still feared trapped.
Meanwhile, many quake survivors spent the night camped out in fear.
Victims have been sleeping on the streets, after the government warned them against returning home.
Our diplomatic Editor James Bays is at the G20 summit in New Delhi, where leaders have expressed their condolences to the people of Morocco.
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