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Iran-Iraq earthquake: Rouhani vows action over collapsed buildings

BBC News Tuesday, 14 November 2017 ()
Iran-Iraq earthquake: Rouhani vows action over collapsed buildingsVisiting the region, Iran's president finds private buildings fared better than state housing.
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News video: President Rouhani Speaks in Earthquake-Stricken Sarpol-e Zahab

President Rouhani Speaks in Earthquake-Stricken Sarpol-e Zahab 08:52

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani visited the town of Sarpol-e Zahab, one of the worst hit by the November 12 earthquake, on November 14 and gave a speech in which he asserted that the collapse of recently built buildings “should be investigated.”Some of the buildings, which were built by...

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