The US Department of State has offered its condolences to the Iranian and Iraqi people affected by the tragic earthquake that has so far killed 430 and wounded 7370 people.
Iranian government has announced Tuesday a day of public mourning following the deadly quake in the western provinces of the country.
Dozens of people in various Iranian cities, particularly Tehran and Shiraz, have queued up to donate their blood for those injured in the Sunday night’s earthquake.
Heads of several states and other high-ranking officials from all around the globe have sent messages of condolences to Iran over the Sunday night’s deadly quake which has so far killed over 380 people and wounded nearly 6,000.
Iran’s Leader has praised the authorities who organized the “glorious and marvellous” Arba’een ceremonies, particularly the Iraqi government and security forces.
The Islamic Republic of Iran has appointed, for the first time, a Sunni woman as the head of a village in North Khorasan province in the country’s northeast.
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has ordered all Iranian officials and military forces to step up their efforts to help the victims of the massive quake that hit the country’s western areas on Sunday night.
At least 387 Iranian people have lost their lives and nearly 6000 have been injured in a strong earthquake that hit an area in Iraq close to the Iranian border, emergency officials declared.
The donation of a brain-dead woman’s organs in the northeastern Iranian city of Mashhad have saved the lives of at least five patients in critical conditions.
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