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Moroccans in Denmark pay silent tribute to the two Scandinavian tourists killed in Imlil

Moroccans in Denmark pay silent tribute to the two Scandinavian tourists killed in Imlil./Ph. DR
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Moroccans living in Denmark gathered Sunday, December the 23rd, in Copenhagen to pay silent tribute to the two Scandinavian tourists killed in Imlil.

This gathering, initiated by activists in the country, was a way of showing compassion to the families of the victims and denouncing terror.

Men, women and young people took to the cold streets of the Danish capital to express their condolences. Many Danish citizens participated to the gathering carrying both the Danish and Moroccan flags.

For the record, the bodies of Danish hiker Louisa Vesterager Jespersen (24) and her Norwegian friend Maren Ueland (28) were found Monday 10 kilometers away from Imlil, a town close to Mount Toubkal.

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