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Iran-Iraq earthquake: Rouhani vows action over collapsed buildings

All India Radio Wednesday, 15 November 2017 ()
Iran President Hassan Rouhani has vowed to find the culprits responsible for buildings collapsing in a 7.3-magnitude earthquake on Sunday.BBC reports that government-built buildings had collapsed while privately-built ones were standing.
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News video: Government-Built Housing Blocks Severely Damaged After Iran Earthquake

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Inhabitants of a housing block in Sarpol-e Zahab, Iran, built by a government program and severely damaged in a November 12 earthquake can be seen camping outside it in a video posted November 15.The facades of the Mehr housing project fell during the 7.3 magnitude...

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