Iran's flood repairs to cost $2.5bn

Officials want to get the newly homeless out of tents and into temporary homes.

    The repair bill for flood damage in Iran is expected to be around $2.5bn.

    Millions of Iranians are rebuilding their lives after devastating floods a month ago.

    As Al Jazeera's Zein Basravi reports from Lorestan Province, the crisis has come at a bad time for Iran's shrinking economy, hampered by US sanctions.


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