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UN Coordinator condoles death of hundreds in western Iran quake

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Tehran, Nov 13, IRNA - UN Resident Coordinator in Iran Gary Lewis in a message extended condolences over the deadly earthquake in western Iran which resulted in killing hundreds of people and injuring thousands of others.


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