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Death toll in Iran-Iraq quake rises to 328

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Death toll in Iran-Iraq quake rises to 328The death toll from the earthquake that struck the Iran-Iraq border region has risen to 328, with 2,530 injured, according to Iran's Interior Ministry.
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News video: Death Toll In Powerful Iran-Iraq Earthquake Passes 300

▶ Death Toll In Powerful Iran-Iraq Earthquake Passes 300 01:35

-At least 300 people died and about 4,000 more injured after a 7.3 magnitude earthquake hit the border between Iraq and Iran on Sunday.

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