Scenes of biblical devastation, the dead stacked in the streets and aid for the living too slow in arriving. That is the situation in North Africa where at least 5,100 are dead from flooding in Libya. The mayor of one city says the toll could be as high as 2,000. And to the west in Morocco, nearly 3,000 are now officially counted among the dead from the Friday earthquake. Ali Rogin reports.
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