At least 31 people washed away and dozens missing as storm hits southern part of the north African country.
Flash flooding in southern Morocco has reportedly killed at least 31 people, with many others still missing.
Heavy storms have swept across several regions including tourist hub Marrakesh, where torrential rain destroyed many mud homes on Sunday.
Roads and highways were blocked off, making it hard for emergency crew to reach people.
Queensland and New South Wales receive much-needed wet weather.
Torrential rain has fallen across eastern Australia, precisely where the country needs it most.
Over 75% of Queensland is currently in the grip of a drought, which means the state is once again on the verge of seeing its most extensive drought on record.
The rain started on Friday, with some parts of Queensland seeing their first drops of rain in more than 6 months.