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Morning news in brief, Friday, September 8

Morning news in brief, Friday, September 8

Earthquake in Morocco – hundreds killed

The earthquake occurred at midnight Swedish time, and its epicenter was in the Atlas Mountains, seven miles southwest of Marrakesh.

According to the US Geological Survey, it measured 6.8, making it the strongest to hit this part of Morocco in more than 120 years.

According to the country’s Ministry of Interior, at least 296 people have died, and 153 others have been hospitalized.

Read more: Earthquake in Morocco

Explosion alert in Copenhagen

Copenhagen police were alerted on Saturday morning to Nørrebro due to an explosion.

A major rescue operation is now underway near the Hells Angels building, according to DR Nyheter.

– We heard some very loud explosions as we went outside, Espen Gudiksen from the Copenhagen police told the channel.

Read more: Explosion alert in Copenhagen

Zelensky is under pressure over the peace agreement

As the Ukrainian counter-offensive enters its fourth month, no significant progress has been made so far.

But Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy is still far from ready to negotiate peace with Russia.

– If you want compromise or dialogue with someone, you can’t get it with a liar, Zelensky says in an interview with CNN’s Fareed Zakaria.

Read more: beloved Zelensky is under pressure about the peace agreement: “It is not possible”
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