The death toll from the earthquake that struck Morocco on Friday has risen to 632, with 329 people injured, the Ministry of Interior said on Saturday.
The earthquake, which had a magnitude of 6.8, was centered in in Al Haouz province, about 70 kilometers (43 miles) southwest of Marrakech.
The most affected provinces are Al Haouz, with 290 deaths; Taroudant, with 190 deaths; Chichaoua, with 89 deaths; Ouarzazate, with 30 deaths; and Marrakesh, with 13 deaths.
The earthquake also caused the collapse of a number of buildings in the affected areas.
The Royal Armed Forces, local authorities, security services, and civil protection are working to provide assistance to the victims and assess the damage.