UEFA orders a minute of silence in memory of victims of Libya and Morocco

UEFA orders a minute of silence in memory of victims
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UEFA has announced that it will save a minute of silence before the next national team and club matches in memory of the victims of the floods in Libya and the earthquake in Morocco.

“UEFA will observe a minute of silence in all national team and club competition matches until the end of next week in memory of the victims of the floods in Libya, as well as the victims of the earthquake in Morocco, as previously announced on September 9," he said in a statement, in which he assured that the thoughts of European football "are with the people of Libya and Morocco in these difficult times.”

So far, more than 2,900 people have died as a consequence of magnitude 6.8 earthquake on the Richter scale that shook the area of ​​the High Atlas, in the center of Morocco.

Meanwhile, the eastern Libyan authorities have raised the death toll from the floods has risen to 5,200 caused by the passage of storm 'Daniel' in the northeastern corner of the country, where the Red Crescent has also come to speak closely about 10 thousand missing.

(With information from Europa Press)

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