Rescuers battle to find survivors trapped under collapsed buildings after the 7.3 magnitude quake
A powerful magnitude-7.3 earthquake has rocked the northern border region between Iran and Iraq, killing more than 328 people in Iran and seven in Iraq and injuring thousands more.
Iran’s semi-official Isna news agency raised the death toll to 328 on Monday morning, after a quake struck the country’s western provinces at 9.20pm local time on Sunday. Local officials said the death toll would rise as search and rescue teams reached remote areas.
نخستین تصاویر از آواربرداری و بیرون کشیدن اجساد جان باختگان زلزله در سرپل ذهاب – ایسنا pic.twitter.com/wi7PcNmrFR