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Quake death toll rises to 164 in western Iran

by www.irna.ir

Tehran, Nov 13, IRNA – The 7.3-magnitude earthquake in Kermanshah Province, western Iran has so far claimed the lives of 164 people and injured 1,568 ones, deputy health minister said.


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