Flooding has devastated parts of eastern Libya, killing more than 5,000 people and displacing tens of thousands more from their homes.
Damage from the floods has been most pronounced in the city of Derna, which was submerged by seven metre-high waves after two upstream dams collapsed.
The flooding comes shortly after Morocco, a fellow north African country, was rocked by its largest earthquake for more than a decade earlier in September.
As the recovery operation continues in Derna and surrounding areas, the sheer destructive power of the floods has been laid bare.
Satellite photos of Derna before and after the floods hit have revealed the level of damage the city has endured
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