Bodies of two female tourists found in Morocco’s High Atlas

Interior ministry says women, from Denmark and Norway, found with cuts to their necks

The bodies of two Scandinavian women have been found with cuts to their necks in a village in Morocco’s High Atlas mountains, a popular hiking destination.

The tourists, from Denmark and Norway, were found with signs of violence on their necks caused by a cutting device, the interior ministry said in a statement.

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