Brits caught in Morocco earthquake join relief efforts as death toll hits 2,100

Brits are joining relief efforts in Morocco following a devastating earthquake that has claimed at least 2,100 lives. Many have interrupted holidays and business trips to give blood and provide supplies to the worst-hit areas. The British Foreign Office is sending search and rescue specialists, search dogs, and equipment to the scene, and NHS medics are ready to airlift fully staffed mobile field hospitals if needed. The death toll is expected to rise as rescue teams reach the hardest-hit settlements. Aftershocks continue to occur in the region.