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Earthquake with magnitude of 7.3 in Iran-Iraq : 207 dead, more than 1,700 injured | News

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Earthquake with magnitude of 7.3 in Iran-Iraq : 207 dead, more than 1,700 injured

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The US Geological Survey said;  the earthquake came 32 kilometers south-west (20 miles) from Haldia. According to the report, in addition to Iran-Iraq, their clashes were felt in Turkey, Israel, Kuwait, Lebanon and even in Pakistan.

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7.2 The earthquake shock of magnitude felt by the Richter scale near the Iran-Iraq border. Due to this earthquake there was a great loss in both countries. The official government agency of Iran has reported that at least 207 people have been killed after the earthquake, while the number of the injured is being reported to more than 1700. According to the US Geological Survey, the earthquake center was at the depth of 33.9 kilometers (21 miles). It is reported from the media report that 14 Iranian states have been affected by the earthquake.

More than 20 villages in Iran have been destroyed in the earthquake. Electricity and water supply are interrupted. Teams from the Iran Emergency Department came into action and the basic needs of people in the affected areas of the earthquake were being met by the helicopter.

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The panic in the earthquake caused panic among people and people escaped from their houses in the streets. The Iraq Meteorological Organization issued the warning instructing citizens to move away from buildings and not use the elevator According to a published statement from the Office of the Prime Minister Haider of Iraq Al  Awadi closely supervises the citizens of the country after the earthquake.

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