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Killer quake death toll mounts to 328 in western Iran

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Tehran, Nov 13, IRNA – Latest reports coming from quake-stricken areas in western Iran said that the number of casualties by the 7.3-magnitude earthquake raised to 328 dead and 3,950 injured.


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