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Monday, November 13, 2017

Middle East Iran-Iraq Border Earthquake in Photos and Videos


A 7.3 magnitude earthquake was felt in the Middle East particulkarly in Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, and part of Saudi Arabia.The  hardest hit province was Kermanshah. More than 142 of the victims were in Sarpol-e Zahab county in Kermanshah province, about 15 km (10 miles) from the Iraq border. According to the U.S. Geological Survey, its epicenter is at around 32km outside the Iraqi city of Halabja. About almost 400 people were killed by the disaster.    Sponsored Links        The damage extends to Kermansha, Iran where properties were badly damaged and lives were lost.    People of Iran work hand-in hand to find possible survivors of the devastating earthquake.  Advertisement Electricity and water was cut off in several Iranian and Iraqi cities, and fears of aftershocks sent thousands of people in both countries out onto the streets and parks in cold weather.  Rescue workers and special teams using sniffer dogs and heat sensors searched wreckage. The rescue operations had difficulties in reaching remote villages due to blockage.  Iranian authorities admit that the relief effort was slow and patchy to reach more than 70,000 people that needed emergency shelter especially that they are out, cold and in need of a shelter.     Read More:      ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
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A 7.3 magnitude earthquake was felt in the Middle East particulkarly in Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, and part of Saudi Arabia.The  hardest hit province was Kermanshah. More than 142 of the victims were in Sarpol-e Zahab county in Kermanshah province, about 15 km (10 miles) from the Iraq border.
According to the U.S. Geological Survey, its epicenter is at around 32km outside the Iraqi city of Halabja.
About almost 400 people were killed by the disaster.
A 7.3 magnitude earthquake was felt in the Middle East particulkarly in Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, and part of Saudi Arabia.The  hardest hit province was Kermanshah. More than 142 of the victims were in Sarpol-e Zahab county in Kermanshah province, about 15 km (10 miles) from the Iraq border. According to the U.S. Geological Survey, its epicenter is at around 32km outside the Iraqi city of Halabja. About almost 400 people were killed by the disaster.    Sponsored Links        The damage extends to Kermansha, Iran where properties were badly damaged and lives were lost.    People of Iran work hand-in hand to find possible survivors of the devastating earthquake.  Advertisement Electricity and water was cut off in several Iranian and Iraqi cities, and fears of aftershocks sent thousands of people in both countries out onto the streets and parks in cold weather.  Rescue workers and special teams using sniffer dogs and heat sensors searched wreckage. The rescue operations had difficulties in reaching remote villages due to blockage.  Iranian authorities admit that the relief effort was slow and patchy to reach more than 70,000 people that needed emergency shelter especially that they are out, cold and in need of a shelter.     Read More:      ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
A 7.3 magnitude earthquake was felt in the Middle East particulkarly in Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, and part of Saudi Arabia.The  hardest hit province was Kermanshah. More than 142 of the victims were in Sarpol-e Zahab county in Kermanshah province, about 15 km (10 miles) from the Iraq border. According to the U.S. Geological Survey, its epicenter is at around 32km outside the Iraqi city of Halabja. About almost 400 people were killed by the disaster.    Sponsored Links        The damage extends to Kermansha, Iran where properties were badly damaged and lives were lost.    People of Iran work hand-in hand to find possible survivors of the devastating earthquake.  Advertisement Electricity and water was cut off in several Iranian and Iraqi cities, and fears of aftershocks sent thousands of people in both countries out onto the streets and parks in cold weather.  Rescue workers and special teams using sniffer dogs and heat sensors searched wreckage. The rescue operations had difficulties in reaching remote villages due to blockage.  Iranian authorities admit that the relief effort was slow and patchy to reach more than 70,000 people that needed emergency shelter especially that they are out, cold and in need of a shelter.     Read More:      ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
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A 7.3 magnitude earthquake was felt in the Middle East particulkarly in Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, and part of Saudi Arabia.The  hardest hit province was Kermanshah. More than 142 of the victims were in Sarpol-e Zahab county in Kermanshah province, about 15 km (10 miles) from the Iraq border. According to the U.S. Geological Survey, its epicenter is at around 32km outside the Iraqi city of Halabja. About almost 400 people were killed by the disaster.    Sponsored Links        The damage extends to Kermansha, Iran where properties were badly damaged and lives were lost.    People of Iran work hand-in hand to find possible survivors of the devastating earthquake.  Advertisement Electricity and water was cut off in several Iranian and Iraqi cities, and fears of aftershocks sent thousands of people in both countries out onto the streets and parks in cold weather.  Rescue workers and special teams using sniffer dogs and heat sensors searched wreckage. The rescue operations had difficulties in reaching remote villages due to blockage.  Iranian authorities admit that the relief effort was slow and patchy to reach more than 70,000 people that needed emergency shelter especially that they are out, cold and in need of a shelter.     Read More:      ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
A 7.3 magnitude earthquake was felt in the Middle East particulkarly in Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, and part of Saudi Arabia.The  hardest hit province was Kermanshah. More than 142 of the victims were in Sarpol-e Zahab county in Kermanshah province, about 15 km (10 miles) from the Iraq border. According to the U.S. Geological Survey, its epicenter is at around 32km outside the Iraqi city of Halabja. About almost 400 people were killed by the disaster.    Sponsored Links        The damage extends to Kermansha, Iran where properties were badly damaged and lives were lost.    People of Iran work hand-in hand to find possible survivors of the devastating earthquake.  Advertisement Electricity and water was cut off in several Iranian and Iraqi cities, and fears of aftershocks sent thousands of people in both countries out onto the streets and parks in cold weather.  Rescue workers and special teams using sniffer dogs and heat sensors searched wreckage. The rescue operations had difficulties in reaching remote villages due to blockage.  Iranian authorities admit that the relief effort was slow and patchy to reach more than 70,000 people that needed emergency shelter especially that they are out, cold and in need of a shelter.     Read More:      ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO

A 7.3 magnitude earthquake was felt in the Middle East particulkarly in Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, and part of Saudi Arabia.The  hardest hit province was Kermanshah. More than 142 of the victims were in Sarpol-e Zahab county in Kermanshah province, about 15 km (10 miles) from the Iraq border. According to the U.S. Geological Survey, its epicenter is at around 32km outside the Iraqi city of Halabja. About almost 400 people were killed by the disaster.    Sponsored Links        The damage extends to Kermansha, Iran where properties were badly damaged and lives were lost.    People of Iran work hand-in hand to find possible survivors of the devastating earthquake.  Advertisement Electricity and water was cut off in several Iranian and Iraqi cities, and fears of aftershocks sent thousands of people in both countries out onto the streets and parks in cold weather.  Rescue workers and special teams using sniffer dogs and heat sensors searched wreckage. The rescue operations had difficulties in reaching remote villages due to blockage.  Iranian authorities admit that the relief effort was slow and patchy to reach more than 70,000 people that needed emergency shelter especially that they are out, cold and in need of a shelter.     Read More:      ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO

A 7.3 magnitude earthquake was felt in the Middle East particulkarly in Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, and part of Saudi Arabia.The  hardest hit province was Kermanshah. More than 142 of the victims were in Sarpol-e Zahab county in Kermanshah province, about 15 km (10 miles) from the Iraq border. According to the U.S. Geological Survey, its epicenter is at around 32km outside the Iraqi city of Halabja. About almost 400 people were killed by the disaster.    Sponsored Links        The damage extends to Kermansha, Iran where properties were badly damaged and lives were lost.    People of Iran work hand-in hand to find possible survivors of the devastating earthquake.  Advertisement Electricity and water was cut off in several Iranian and Iraqi cities, and fears of aftershocks sent thousands of people in both countries out onto the streets and parks in cold weather.  Rescue workers and special teams using sniffer dogs and heat sensors searched wreckage. The rescue operations had difficulties in reaching remote villages due to blockage.  Iranian authorities admit that the relief effort was slow and patchy to reach more than 70,000 people that needed emergency shelter especially that they are out, cold and in need of a shelter.     Read More:      ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
The damage extends to Kermansha, Iran where properties were badly damaged and lives were lost.
A 7.3 magnitude earthquake was felt in the Middle East particulkarly in Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, and part of Saudi Arabia.The  hardest hit province was Kermanshah. More than 142 of the victims were in Sarpol-e Zahab county in Kermanshah province, about 15 km (10 miles) from the Iraq border. According to the U.S. Geological Survey, its epicenter is at around 32km outside the Iraqi city of Halabja. About almost 400 people were killed by the disaster.    Sponsored Links        The damage extends to Kermansha, Iran where properties were badly damaged and lives were lost.    People of Iran work hand-in hand to find possible survivors of the devastating earthquake.  Advertisement Electricity and water was cut off in several Iranian and Iraqi cities, and fears of aftershocks sent thousands of people in both countries out onto the streets and parks in cold weather.  Rescue workers and special teams using sniffer dogs and heat sensors searched wreckage. The rescue operations had difficulties in reaching remote villages due to blockage.  Iranian authorities admit that the relief effort was slow and patchy to reach more than 70,000 people that needed emergency shelter especially that they are out, cold and in need of a shelter.     Read More:      ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO


A 7.3 magnitude earthquake was felt in the Middle East particulkarly in Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, and part of Saudi Arabia.The  hardest hit province was Kermanshah. More than 142 of the victims were in Sarpol-e Zahab county in Kermanshah province, about 15 km (10 miles) from the Iraq border. According to the U.S. Geological Survey, its epicenter is at around 32km outside the Iraqi city of Halabja. About almost 400 people were killed by the disaster.    Sponsored Links        The damage extends to Kermansha, Iran where properties were badly damaged and lives were lost.    People of Iran work hand-in hand to find possible survivors of the devastating earthquake.  Advertisement Electricity and water was cut off in several Iranian and Iraqi cities, and fears of aftershocks sent thousands of people in both countries out onto the streets and parks in cold weather.  Rescue workers and special teams using sniffer dogs and heat sensors searched wreckage. The rescue operations had difficulties in reaching remote villages due to blockage.  Iranian authorities admit that the relief effort was slow and patchy to reach more than 70,000 people that needed emergency shelter especially that they are out, cold and in need of a shelter.     Read More:      ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
People of Iran work hand-in hand to find possible survivors of the devastating earthquake.
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Electricity and water was cut off in several Iranian and Iraqi cities, and fears of aftershocks sent thousands of people in both countries out onto the streets and parks in cold weather.

Rescue workers and special teams using sniffer dogs and heat sensors searched wreckage. The rescue operations had difficulties in reaching remote villages due to blockage.

Iranian authorities admit that the relief effort was slow and patchy to reach more than 70,000 people that needed emergency shelter especially that they are out, cold and in need of a shelter.



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