Thanks God, no one got hurt in this one.
I took a look at the chart for this new quake, and it seems as mild as the event itself.
Agadir Earthquake, August the 31st, 2014, 21:14
No direct involvement of the usual suspects. It happened, according to the official sources, when the debilitaded Moon (besieged, between a peregrine Saturn and a very strong Mars, in her fall) hit the North Scale, one of the stars in the constellation of Libra.
The last eclipse happened in Taurus (around the 8º), and Mercury was at 12º Taurus at the time. The Moon is very far from these degrees, but their antiscion (22 and 18 of Leo) square the Saturn-Moon-Mars dance very closely.
A square to an anstiscion is a very vague thing, which we usually don't even take into account; but it's interesting to note it happening here, in an earthquake which some of the people of the city didn't even feel.