Offers of help have poured into Morocco from across the world after a deadly earthquake killed thousands. But so far, Rabat has only accepted aid from four countries, Spain, Qatar, Britain and the United Arab Emirates, leaving offers from many others without a response.
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Moroccan officials say their goal is to ensure coordination, but critics and some survivors say help is desperately needed, especially in more remote areas, regardless of the source.
So, is this just politics or a matter of organisation? And what will the impact be on those in need?
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- William Lawrence (@WillLawrence111), Political Science and International Affairs professor at American University’s School of International Service
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