Iran-Iraq earthquake: Desperate search for survivors

An estimated 450 people were killed, 7,000 others were injured, and about 70,000 people have been displaced after their homes collapsed in the 7.3-magnitude quake.

    A desperate search for survivors continues in Iran and Iraq where thousands of people are spending a second day without shelter after a deadly earthquake struck the two countries.

    An estimated 450 people were killed, 7,000 others were injured, and about 70,000 people have been displaced after their homes collapsed in the 7.3-magnitude quake.

    Al Jazeera's Sinem Koseoglu reports from Darbandikhan, near the quake's epicentre in northern Iraq.


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