Earthquake in Iran

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An earthquake measuring 5.9 in magnitude struck the province of East Azerbaijan, in northwestern Iran, on Nov. 8, killing at least five people and injuring hundreds of others. Local news sources reported that the majority of the injuries were caused by crowds of people rushing into the streets during the quake rather than by damage from the quake itself.

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An earthquake measuring 5.9 in magnitude struck the province of East Azerbaijan, in northwestern Iran, on Nov. 8, killing at least five people and injuring hundreds of others. Local news sources reported that the majority of the injuries were caused by crowds of people rushing into the streets during the quake rather than by damage from the quake itself.